18
May

Jimat conducts the endline evaluation of the Strengthening the Prevention of Gender Based Violence (GBV) In Malawi – A Faith Based Approach 2018-2021.

Jimat was contracted by NCA to conduct an endline evaluation of the Strengthening the Prevention of Gender Based Violence (GBV) In Malawi – A Faith Based Approach 2018-2021. The evaluation of this GBV, Royal Norwegian Embassy RNE funded project falls under the JCP GBV program. The JCP GBV programme is being implemented by the Norwegian Church Aid through partners namely Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM), Rights Advice Centers (RAC), The Salvation Army (TSA) besides accompanied partners of Malawi Council of Churches (MCC), Women Judges Association of Malawi (WOJAM) and Malawi Network Against Trafficking (MNAT). NCA also works closely with the Malawi Government through the Ministries of Gender and Homeland Security; fighting gender-based violence, human trafficking and child labour.

Recognizing the increased incidences in GBV and human trafficking (trafficking in persons) which includes child labour, NCA received funding from the Royal Norwegian Embassy (RNE) to strengthen the prevention of GBV in Malawi through faith-based approach. This is a three-year (2018 – 2020, extended to April 2021) programme that built upon the Gender Justice programme and is being implemented in Lilongwe, Mchinji, Dowa, Dedza and Mangochi districts. We congratulate the team on this milestone.