The findings of the study Gender based violence and related service provision in communities in Luhansk and Donetsk oblast aim to support the promotion of community resilience to gender based violence (GBV) and complete a large-scale Hromada Capacity and Vulnerability assessment aiming to support local authorities and development actors with evidence-based local planning.
The assessment is part of the 5-year ‘EU Support to the East of Ukraine – Recovery, Peacebuilding and Governance’ project, implemented by the United Nations Recovery and Peacebuilding Programme.
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