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Integrated Cash and Gender-Based Violence Programming for IPV Survivors in Guayaquil, Ecuador (Executive Summary)

With support from the Enhancing Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance (Elrha) IPV Award, CARE, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC), the Ecuadorian Center for the Promotion and Action of Women (CEPAM), the National Union of Domestic Workers and Related Workers (UNTHA), and Mujer y Mujer Foundation (M&M) partnered in 2020 to strengthen the capacity of gender-based violence (GBV) service providers to leverage cash and voucher assistance (CVA) within case management services in the prevention of and response to IPV for migrant, refugee, and local populations in Guayaquil, Ecuador. This is an executive summary.

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