Source:IPAS This guide is a collection of tools that health services can use both to strengthen their care and to learn best practices in offering care for survivors of sexual violence.
The methodology and instruments are based on best practices from around the world, as well as on a model for care that has been tested in four Latin American countries. Three essential aspects for the care of women and adolescents who are survivors of sexual violence are explored: the normative and judicial/legal framework for care; health services from women's and service providers' perspectives; and strategies for cross-cutting collaboration between sectors, particularly between the health sector and the judicial sector. The Excel spreadsheets capture and analyze collected data and are presented in a user-friendly format.
To read the full document, please click here For the Getting it Right! Data entry Sheet, click here
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