The Impact of Integrating Cash Assistance into Gender-Based Violence Response in Northwest Syria: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation over Nine Months (Snapshot) - CARE

The Impact of Integrating Cash Assistance into Gender-Based Violence Response in Northwest Syria: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation over Nine Months (Snapshot)

In 2020-2022, WRC, with research partner South Africa Medical Research Council and CARE, undertook a study in Northwest Syria to understand the potential of integrating CVA into GBV case management for comprehensive support to survivors in humanitarian emergencies. The study drew on the expertise of WRC and used best practice guidance and tools implemented by CARE Turkey and its local partners, including Syria Relief and Development (SRD). This is the snapshot report.

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