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The Effectiveness of a Model for Addressing School-Related Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV) in South Africa

An evaluation of the ‘Zero Tolerance School Alliance’

This report summarizes the results of an evaluation of the Zero Tolerance School Alliance project in South Africa. The findings suggest that the Zero Tolerance School Alliance is a promising intervention engendering prevention of certain aspects of SRGBV in as little as a year. Along with several encouraging findings, this study reveals remaining gaps and areas that require strengthening if SRGBV is to be more comprehensively and effectively addressed. The study results suggest that a more balanced focus on both boys and girls (rather than girls, primarily) will help produce equally positive results for boys.

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Language: English
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