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Gender-based Violence Information Management System. The GBVIMS was created by UNHCR, IRC and UNFPA The GBVIMS global initiative is now governed by a Steering Committee that includes UNFPA, IRC, UNHCR, UNICEF and WHO IRC plays the role of ‘NGO Liaison’ on part of the Steering Committee .

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gbvims overview
The GBVIMS was created by UNHCR, IRC and UNFPA

The GBVIMS global initiative is now governed by a Steering Committee that includes UNFPA, IRC, UNHCR, UNICEF and WHO

IRC plays the role of ‘NGO Liaison’ on part of the Steering Committee

GBVIMS Overview
gbvims purpose
The GBVIMS was created to:

Address the prevailing issues in data management for service providers (initially, mostly about quality – later, more about ethics/safety)

Help facilitate safe and ethical data sharing between agencies to help inform the humanitarian community’s response to GBV

GBVIMS purpose
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The GBVIMS was developed for:

Service providers who deliver case management or health services to GBV survivors in a humanitarian context.

Agencies responsible for coordinating the humanitarian response to GBV in humanitarian settings.

What the GBVIMS Can Do

Allows service providers and coordination mechanisms to better understand the GBV cases being reported

Enables actors to safely & ethically share data

GBVIMS purpose
persistent problems with gbv data
Poor quality of data – comparing apples to oranges

Manual analysis of data – prone to errors

Casual approach to storing data

Sharing client data without their informed consent or knowledge

Sharing too much data (i.e. intake forms)

Sharing identifying data

Persistent Problems with GBV Data
what the gbvims is not
NOT a case management tool – snapshot at the time of report

NOT to be used as a data collection outside of the scope of service provision(i.e. by researchers, surveyors or human rights monitors)

Does NOT generate prevalence data

What the gbvims is not
gbvims tools
Incident Classification Tool

Intake and Consent Form

Incident Recorder (excel)

Information Sharing Protocol

GBVIMS Tools
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Reports & Proposals

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Program Design

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GBVIMS Data Informs

Advocacy

Intake and Consent Form: collects information

from survivors and protects survivor’s control over

their information.

GBV Classification Tool: standardizes GBV incidents making data easy to compile, compare, and analyze.

Incident Recorder: an excel database designed to gather corresponding information from the intake form. The incident recorder automatically generates data and allows for customized analysis.

Information Sharing Protocol Template: regulates the sharing of GBV data with other actors such as coordinating agencies.

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gbvims classification tool
Type of incident/violence:

(Select only ONE)

 Rape

 Sexual Assault

 Physical Assault

 Forced Marriage

 Denial of resources, opportunities or services

 Psychological/ Emotional Abuse

GBVIMS classification tool
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1. Did the reported incident involve penetration?

If yes  classify the incident as “Rape”.

If no  proceed to the next incident type.

2. Did the reported incident involve unwanted sexual contact?

If yes  classify the incident as “Sexual Assault”.

If no  proceed to the next incident type

ETC.

GBVIMS classification tool
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A 41 year old widow’s home was claimed by her husband’s family upon his death. She was beaten until she collected a few belongings and left.

Did the reported incident involve penetration?

1

Did the reported incident involve unwanted sexual contact?

2

If ‘No’

3

Did the reported incident involve physical assault?

If ‘No’

If

‘Yes’

STOP

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‘Yes’

If

‘Yes’

Rape

Sexual Assault

Physical Assault

flow of data

Reports & Proposals

Program Design

GBVIMS Data Informs

Advocacy

Flow of Data
the intake form
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

SURVIVOR INFORMATION

DETAILS OF THE INCIDENT

PERPETRATOR INFORMATION

PLANNED ACTION

ASSESSMENT POINTS

The Intake Form
key characteristics of the intake form
Primary data collection tool - Collects all data necessary for the optimal functioning of the Incident Recorder

The order of the form and all categories match the data columns found in the Incident Recorder, making data entry as easy as possible

Limited fill-in-the-blank entry, to save time on data entry and avoid errors (uses tick boxes)

Systematized definitions and categories ensures a minimum data set collected by all providers; some fields are customizable

Needs to be securely stored

Not to be shared except in the context of a referral and with the consent of the survivor

Key Characteristics of the Intake Form
incident recorder
Purpose of the Incident Recorder

Safely stores standardized data (comparing apples to apples)

Facilitates data entry and analysis

Enable sharing of quantifiable elements of anonymous incident data

Create aggregate statistics to determine correlations between characteristics and circumstances of GBV incidents

Incident recorder
key features of the incident recorder
Based in Microsoft Excel

No learning new software programs

If you have never used Excel before, you will only need to learn a few easy commands to use the Incident Recorder

Easy to enter data

Anonymizes data for safe sharing

Is protected

Key Features of the Incident Recorder
information sharing protocol
Key to Letting Data Flow

Protocols clarify and enforce:

what data will be shared

for what purpose

who compiles the data

who has access the compiled statistics and for what purpose

All ethical and safety issues must be considered before sharing data – including consent

Information Sharing Protocol
available resources
Website: www.gbvims.org

Resources: User Guide, Rollout Guidelines, Facilitator’s Guide, and Data Analysis E-Learning Tool

Minimum technical support available via the GBV Steering Committee(gbvims@gmail.com) and Skype (gbvimshelp)

Available Resources