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Outcome Mapping Evaluation of an Intervention Programme for Intimate Partner Violence

Winnifred Babara Pienaar

Summary: Studies have found that between 42% and 66% of women who were killed by their intimate partner had recently used health care prior to their death but had not been identified as victims of intimate partner violence (IPV). IPV is the second highest contributor to the burden of disease affecting women after HIV and AIDS in South Africa. There is a growing need for women who are experiencing IPV to be identified and managed appropriately at our health facilities. However significant evidence is needed about comprehensive interventions for IPV to provide quality coordinated care to IPV survivors. Moreover, in order to receive institutional and governmental support (funding), evidence must be provided of a well-coordinated and structured IPV intervention programme. This study thus aimed to evaluate the implementation of an integrated comprehensive intervention programme for IPV using outcome mapping in the Macassar community.

Type: Theses

Theme: OM Resources: Books and Articles

Contibuted by: Sana Shams, on: 9 Jan 2018

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