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Government Prevention Path

Violence Against Children: Community Assessment Tool

List of Core INSPIRE Indicators and Domains

How to define and measure change
The World Health Organization (WHO), in partnership with other agencies, identified the seven most effective evidence-based strategies to reduce violence against children in a technical package called INSPIRE. Appendix A on this page lists the core indicators identified by INSPIRE that can be used by governmental and non-governmental agencies to...
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Violence Against Children: Strategy Handbook

Response and Support Framework

Action for Implementing the Seven Strategies for Ending Violence Against Children, published by the World Health Organization
The World Health Organization (WHO), in partnership with other agencies, identified the seven most effective evidence-based strategies to reduce violence against children in a technical package called INSPIRE. This handbook is designed to help leaders select and implement effective INSPIRE strategies within their own communities/nations. Open the INSPIRE handbook
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Parenting Training: Program Overview

Families Matter Program

Evidence- based interventions to reduce sexual risk behaviors among adolescents
“The Families Matter! Program (FMP) is an evidence-based intervention for parents and caregivers of 9-12 year-olds that promotes positive parenting practices and effective parent-child communication about sex-related issues and sexual risk reduction.” It can be implemented using 7 small group parenting sessions delivered in 3-hour sessions, in churches....
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Child Safety: Program Materials

Creating Safe Environments for Children

A Toolkit for Safeguarding Children and Protecting them from Harm, published by Viva
The Toolkit is structured around 7 chapters which takes organisations or churches through a process of understanding the reasons for keeping children safe, the potential risks to children’s safety, assessing where they are in keeping children safe, and putting in place policies and procedures which can ensure that we do all we can to protect...
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Violence Against Children Prevention: Online Resources

INSPIRE: Seven Strategies to End Violence Against Children

Initiated by the World Health Organization (WHO) in collaboration with 8 other global agencies, INSPIRE builds on the best of THRIVES: Core Strategies to Prevent Violence Against Children from the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and UNICEF’s Ending Violence Against Children: Six Strategies for Action. Resources: INSPIRE Infographic End Violence...
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Mentoring Boys: Toolkit

Coaching Boys into Men

Teaching Respect, Integrity and Non-violence in Relationships; Sponsored by Futures Without Violence
Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) is an evidence-based prevention program that trains and motivates high school coaches to teach their young male athletes healthy relationship skills and that violence never equals strength. The toolkit includes everything needed to successfully deliver the Coaching Boys Into Men Card Series Curriculum. Open the CBIM Overview pdf Download the Coaches Toolkit zip file
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Financial Stewardship: Facilitator’s Guide

Restore: Savings

Church Facilitator’s Guide by Hope International and the Chalmer’s Center
RESTORE: Savings helps congregations start Savings Groups as a church ministry. The purpose of this curriculum is to encourage, inspire, and teach members of Savings Groups as they experience Jesus’ reconciling power in all areas of their lives. Open the Restore: Savings - Church Facilitator Guide pdf
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Non-violence Training: Training Manual

SASA! Faith

Come Together to Prevent Violence Against Women and HIV
Training manual for conducting group meetings to support an initiative in which Christian leaders and believers come together to prevent violence against women and HIV. The groups are designed to be from within the faith-based community. Open the SASA! Faith Training Manual Open the SASA! Faith Power Point Slides - pdf
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