Safe Line/الخط الآمن

+961 81 78 81 78


Al Dar/الدار

+961 76 06 06 02


Men Center/مركز الرجال

+961 71 28 38 20


Complaint/للتقدم بشكوى

+961 81 696575

 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.

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Now and the Future

key findings and recommendations on the impact of COVID-19 on gender equality, peace and security in Lebanon.

 

Program Ra

It stems from our belief in the vital role  of men and young boys in preventing violence against women and girls and the necessity for them to be actively involved in issues of sexual and re-productive health and rights and to focus on how sexual and reproductive health and rights inter-sect with gender and women’s rights. Gender inequality is not only the main vulnerability fac-tor related to sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and girls, but gender norms also influence decision making and thus limit the ability to access sexual and reproductive health and rights.

 

Case studies on Engaging with religious actors on gender inequality and gender-based violence

This publication, entitled ‘Engaging with Religious Actors on Gender Inequality and Gender-Based Violence’, was developed with the financial support of the European Union. It combines a map of 5 Practices, and ABAAD’s perspectives in working with religious actors to prevent and end Violence Against Women and Girls and discussion around: Why work and engage with religious actors? What were the outcomes and the challenges and how did we respond? 
The publication includes Key lessons learnt by ABAAD and its partner organizations Prevention+ in addition to experiences from House Of Sarah, SafFAids, Episcopal Relief & Development and others.

 

The Sorrow Remains Inside - full report

This report is developed by ABAAD in coordination with The Global Women’s Institute at the George Washington University. It provides a better understanding of mental health among adult women survivors of GBV in Lebanon, in order to increase awareness among the affected population and health/service providers about how these issues are related, and support better referral pathways as well as access to and quality of services and policies.

 

Baseline study: “Toward a Gender-Equitable Society” Project

This report captures findings from the baseline study of the project “Toward a Gender-Equitable Society” implemented by Search for Common Ground (Search) and ABAAD-Resource Center for Gender Equality (ABAAD). The expected impact of the project is to “contribute to an enabling environment in which social norms around gender-based violence (GBV) will be shifted and access to safe and quality prevention and response services will be increased.”