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Rethinking relationships: Moving from violence to equality

What works to prevent violence against women and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo

2019 Available in English

: Participants take part in different activities as part of the gender training workshop

Participants take part in different activities as part of the gender training workshop. Uwezo Baghuma/HEAL Africa. Photo: Prabu Deepan

This report presents the full findings of the endline survey undertaken across fifteen communities in Ituri Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo about faith, gender norms and SGBV in conflict-affected communities.

This resource also exists as an evidence brief.

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