Approaches to assess value for money and scale up of violence against women and girls prevention: A summary of the evidence

Abstract

A number of interventions to prevent and address violence against women and girls have been found to be effective, but little is known about their costs, value for money, and how to take them to scale. With a focus on evidence in low and middle-income countries, this review summarises evidence on the costs and value for money of interventions to prevent violence against women and girls, as well as on approaches for scaling up.

Citation

Remme, M.; Michaels-Igbokwe, C.; Watts, C. Approaches to assess value for money and scale up of violence against women and girls prevention: A summary of the evidence. Medical Research Council, Pretoria, South Africa (2014) 3 pp.

Approaches to assess value for money and scale up of violence against women and girls prevention: A summary of the evidence

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