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Designing Cash Programming to Reduce Gender Based Violence (English)

Designing Cash Programming to Reduce Gender Based Violence (English)

December 20, 2021

In this English version recorded based on translations from the original Arabic podcasts, Fatima Azzeh from CARE interviews Samar Karamo and Baraa Bobaki from IHSAN Relief and Development, who talk about what they've learned on designing cash programming so it supports and protects women facing gender-based violence. This interview his interview covers why cash is important, how to make sure we don't retraumatize survivors, and the importance of understanding local context and testing our approach. It also shows how important it is to set up safety plans, think about potential harm, and build in holistic services. This podcast is produced in partnership with the Women's Refugee Commission and with support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). CARE and WRC’s programming that integrates CVA into GBV response is also supported by USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance.

The original Arabic podcast was in two parts. The English language version covers the same content and is directly translated from the originals. However, it is in only one podcast because the recording time was shorter in English.

 
 
Designing Cash to reduce Gender Based Violence (Arabic)

Designing Cash to reduce Gender Based Violence (Arabic)

December 13, 2021

In our first ever Arabic podcast, Fatima Azzeh from CARE interviews Samar Karamo and Baraa Bobaki with IHSAN Relief and Development, who talk about what they've learned on designing cash programming so it supports and protects women facing gender-based violence. The first in a 2-part series, this interview covers why cash is important, how to make sure we don't retraumatize survivors, and the importance of understanding local context and testing our approach. This podcast is produced in partnership with the Women's Refugee Commission and with support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). CARE and WRC’s programming that integrates CVA into GBV response is also supported by USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance.

Putting Survivors First: Ensuring that we make the right decisions in tough situations

Putting Survivors First: Ensuring that we make the right decisions in tough situations

September 21, 2018

Laurie Lee discusses what he learned from one of his early experiences responding to cases of sexual abuse, and how we need to balance tensions between power, reporting, privacy, and cultural contexts. In the end, the answer is simple: Put the survivor first.

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