Ending Gender-Based Violence
In order to put an end to GBV, ABAAD, in partnership with UNICEF and the European Union, has developed different type of training of trainers using a survivor-centred approach.
Trainings on the Clinical Management of Rape: ABAAD conducts new facility-based trainings and refresher trainings for primary and secondary healthcare facilities already trained during the previous years. The training of trainers are also attended by doctors and public health expert trainers.
Creative Art Techniques in Working with Women and Girls Affected by GBV using a Survivor-Centred Approach: We conduct trainings for front-liners working at local and international NGOs, in addition to MoSA coordinators on using techniques such as story-telling, drawing, mask-making, and using physical objects to reflect personal experiences that may otherwise be difficult to express or openly talk about.
How to Organise Support Groups for Women and Girl GBV Survivors or at Risk of GBV using a survivor centred approach: Using the manual by the same name developed by ABAAD, we conduct trainings for front-liners working at local and international NGOs, in addition to MoSA coordinators. During these trainings, we convey the different theories and techniques of conducting six support groups for women and girl survivors of GBV.
Self-Care through Creativity and Art mediums for front-liners working in GBV Programmes: We also conduct trainings on self-care about understanding interactions with survivors on the inter and intra personal levels, in addition to different artistic and creative means of self-observation and expression.