Costing of Intimate Partner Violence in Emergencies

Research Project

The prevalence of GBV in emergencies comes at a high impact to both individuals and societies. Humanitarian actors are increasingly asked to quantify the economic costs of GBV but are unable to do so without having field-friendly and evidence-based costing methodologies. In order to address this gap, CVIP is working with health economists to conduct an analysis of the economic costs of intimate partner violence in a conflict-affected setting. This study is funded by UNICEF and will pilot costing methodologies to inform guidance for future gender based violence costing studies. Current site: Colombia

PI: Lindsay Stark