SOF Week 2023

SVRI Forum Breakfast Workshop

October 21-25, 2024 | 7:00 -9:00 AM | Breakfast Provided
Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend our interactive workshop at the SVRI Forum 2024. We will demonstrate the Gender Norms Data Engine (GNDE), a platform for high-frequency sub-national data from Kenya and Nigeria. The Data Engine can be used for planning, designing, and monitoring programs, which would be invaluable for curating media campaigns and advocacy messages. Participants will collaborate with Fraym to create tailored workflows.

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    Meet Us At SVRI Forum 2024

    Fraym at Women Deliver 2023
    Contact Melissa Persaud ([email protected]) or Neetu John ([email protected] )for more information.

    About the SVRI Forum 2024 Conference:

    The SVRI Forum is a leading global event focused on advancing research and knowledge related to gender-based violence and violence against children. Bringing together a wide range of experts, changemakers, stakeholders, and more every two years. The Forum provides a platform to exchange insights on effective strategies, challenges, and the future direction of efforts to eradicate violence against women and children and create a safer world. To learn more about the Forum, please visit our Forum page here and explore our conference outputs here.

    Highlights of this event include:

    •  Inspiring Speeches & Presentations
    • Engaging Sessions & Workshops
    • Lively Exhibition Space

    Looking for the SVRI Forum 2024 website? CLICK HERE

    Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

    Directions: Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa – Click Here

    REPORTS: Calculating ROI for Caregiving Programs

    Unpaid caregiving responsibilities represent a key barrier to women’s labor force participation in many developed and developing countries, particularly while children are too young to attend formal schooling. Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Fraym conducted a cutting-edge study on the economic ROI of childcare programs in Kenya, Nigeria, and more.

    DOWNLOAD THE REPORTS
    Gender Equality Report for Women Deliver 2023

    Make Decisions With Confidence

    To learn more contact Melissa Persaud
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