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Working Towards Gender Equality and Addressing Violence Agai

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Kitty Reddington

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UN Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women: Article 1
PNG ranks 134 out of 148 countries
'The term violence against women' means any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life.'
Types of Violence
Forced sex with partners
Torture and killing as a response to sorcery and witchcraft
Transactional sex
"Australia and New Zealand are the major aid donors to the Pacific region. As Australian citizens we need to recognise these women are our nearest neighbours, and some of the greatest human rights violation of our times are happening so close to us."

-Julie McKay, Executive Director at UN Women Australia
Empowering women
Improving health outcomes
Educating the community
Liaising with local community leaders
Educating young men
Stakeholder Analysis
Women and girls
Men and boys
National Department of Health
Goroka Hospital
Department for Community Development
PNG Government and Judiciary
Existing support service agencies
Problem Tree
Objective Tree
A Place for Women: Goroka, PNG Logical Framework Matrix
A Place For Women Situational Analysis: Goroka, PNG
Rates of violence against women in Goroka District

77.8% Urban Areas

44.4% Rural Areas
A Place For Women Goroka

Reducing and Responding to Violence Against Women in Papua New Guinea
Cross Cutting Issues
Generalized HIV epidemic
2% HIV prevalence in Goroka City
Local Organizations and NGOs involved

Inadequate facilities and supplies
Rural population not accessing testing services

Partnerships with local health facilities
Support through building capacity with medical supplies and CHW and nurse training
Provide HIV testing and family planning at Safe House as part of Output 4
Child Rights
Direct effects and indirect consequences

Ensure girls are able to access safe house and services
Provide care and support for dependent children of women affected by violence
Total Staffing Costs
$1.95M (over 5 years)

4 Head Office Staff
14 In-Country Staff
Travel Costs
Total Non-Person Inputs
$161K (over 5 years)

Establishment of Safe House (One Off Cost)
Contribution to Hospital for upgrade (One Off Cost)
Training Costs and Resources
Administration and Evaluation
$32K over 5 Years

Administration & overheads
Evaluation (One-Off Cost)
Total in Country Costs
$320K (over 5 years)

Vehicle purchase & running costs
Field office costs
Total Budget = $2.71 Million
Staff & Partners
Project staff members (4)
Logistics and procurement coordinator
Partnership of Sexual Offences Squad and APFW
Goroka district hospital in collaboration with APFW
Medical services coordinator
Public relations and advocacy liaison officer
Surveys & Reports
Quarterly M&E for the first two years and bi-annually for the final 3 years
Monitoring and Evaluation
Recruit and train local women

Secure ongoing funding

Build and maintain partnerships with local community, Department of Health, Goroka Hospital,local government

Public/private partnerships
Morata Women's Group
Source:- Google Images
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Kitty Reddington,Gracia Valeska Simanullang, Ashanthi Abeyewardene, Neha Faruqui, Olga Akello, Tommy Berne, An Tran, David Follent
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