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Documentation, Data, and Monitoring. Section 9 Page 38. Essential Issues to Consider

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Essential Issues to Consider

The GBV coordinating agencies ... are responsible for ensuring that there is regular compilation and reporting of non-identifying GBV incident data; that this report is discussed and analysed in the GBV working groups; and that it is disseminated to key actors, including the community and local authorities.


Essential Issues to Consider

Monitoring and evaluation ...

  • Involves more than compiling and monitoring reported incident data
  • Reported incidents represent only a small proportion of the actual GBV incidents that may be occurring in the setting
  • Need to find, compile, and monitor qualitative information about GBV
  • 9.1. Documentation of reported incidents
    • Consistent data elements – forms – training
  • 9.2. Data management (reported incidents)
    • Compiled incident data reports
operational considerations
Operational Considerations
  • In the context of GBV program planning, there are 4 options for information-sharing:
    • Share individual intake forms (not recommended)
    • Share all data from intake forms (anonymous/de-identified)
    • Share some of the data from intake forms
    • Share statistical outputs: Analyzed and correlated data
9 3 qualitative data
9.3. Qualitative Data

Some examples:

  • Results of focus group discussions
  • Rumours of GBV incidents
  • Community perceptions of risky areas or suspicious activities
small group work
Small Group Work
  • Identify at least 10 sources of qualitative data/information and list on a flip chart paper.
  • These may help the GBV team to further understand
    • The nature and extent of GBV in the setting
    • Knowledge, attitudes, and behavior about GBV
    • Results of prevention and response efforts
what is an indicator
What is an Indicator?
  • Measure the extent to which program objectives are being met
  • Usually expressed as a proportion or a percentage
  • Output indicators count the products or services delivered; such as number of people trained, number of incidents reported, number of police reports, etc.
  • Impact Indicators measure the extent to which the overall objectives of a program are achieved