Using evidence to prevent violence against women in Uganda

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Published
April 18, 2017
sector
Health Nutrition and Population, HIV and AIDS, Sexual Behavior
region
Sub-Saharan Africa (includes East and West Africa)

Highlights

The brief highlights stakeholders’ uptake and use of study findings of an impact evaluation of, SASA!, a community-based programme to prevent violence against women. It also identifies the main factors, which, together with evidence, facilitated uptake and use. Implementing agency ownership of the study and their strong rapport with the researchers contributed to use. Political will existed to reduce violence against women, which meant there was demand for evidence on effective interventions.

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