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Training course on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) for CoE Staff and Outreach Workers

KHANA policy and strategy team and technical hub in collaboration with FHI360 and PSK organized a training course on Gender-Based Violence for the most-at-risk populations and COE staff members in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from 9 to 11 April 2014. Approximately 20 outreach workers and CoE staff members participate in the training.

At least there are several reasons why most-at-risk populations and CoE staff should know about gender-based violence. Firstly, they can explore new knowledge, definitions, identification of gender-based violence in their areas through causes and effects. Secondly, they are able to share their gender issues/concerns in their geographical areas and weak law enforcement that leads to their health rights violations that are committed by law enforcement officials and owners of entertainment places. Thirdly, as they frequently encounter gender-based violence, they shall know how to redress those violences.

By Mey Sovannara

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