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Faith in motion: Mobilizing the church to end Sexual violence. Prabu Deepan & Gary Swart – Tearfund Call to Compassion, November 2013. Mumbai, India. Introduction & overview. Who we are – Introduce Tearfund What we do What are we doing to end SV

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Faith in motion mobilizing the church to end sexual violence

Faith in motion: Mobilizing the church to end Sexual violence

PrabuDeepan & Gary Swart – Tearfund

Call to Compassion, November 2013.

Mumbai, India


Introduction overview

Introduction & overview

  • Who we are – Introduce Tearfund

  • What we do

  • What are we doing to end SV

    • Purpose: : Churches will play a key role in supporting survivors and ending sexual violence.

  • Our expectation from the meeting

    • Assess the space, interest, and the will of the church, and the leaders to engage on this issue

    • Understand of the issue of SGBV in the given context, and the magnitude of the problem

    • Understand and discuss the root causes, and the niche and value addition the church can bring to end sexual violence

    • Map out a concrete way forward, to move the church into meaningful action

  • Introduction of the participants and expectations

  • Administer the self-discovery tool


Self discovery tool

Self-discovery tool

  • Self-discovery tool


Snapshot of sgbv global estimates

Snapshot of SGBV - Global estimates

Source: WHO Global estimates for 2013


Snapshot of sv asia pacific

Snapshot of SV – Asia & Pacific

Note: India approx 40% - LSE

Source: UN multi-country study AP/P4P


Perpetration of rape ap

Perpetration of RAPE- AP


Motivations for rape

Motivations for rape


Motivations continued

Motivations continued


Child abuse experience of abuse

Child abuse/experience of abuse


Child abuse continued

Child abuse continued


Risk factors

Risk factors


Problem tree for sexual violence activity

Problem tree for sexual violence- activity


Mobilizing the church

Mobilizing the church

  • Problem tree for SV - Exercise

  • Discussion on the niche/value addition of the church to ending sexual violence

  • Present the outcome of the SDT exercise

  • Discussion on how we can move forward, what can this group do? How can we continue this conversation further, and mobilize into meaningful action?


Sdt results mumbai

SDT Results - mumbai


Thank you

Thank you!


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