Prevention+ Resources

Prevention+ is a five-year programme tackling root causes of gender-based violence (GBV). Find more resources on this programme below.


The Prevention+ animation highlights how this programme works and the impacts it's having around the world.


Interested to learn more about Prevention+? Take a look inside the programme in this brochure, explaining our core values and how we tackle the root causes of GBV.  






Annual Report 2019

View the key outcomes of the Prevention+ programme in our 2019 Annual Report summary.







Annual Report 2018

The Prevention+ Annual Report 2018 gives an overview of outcomes from the programme. Click the image to download a summary.






Annual Report 2017

Discover the outcomes of Prevention+ across five countries and regions in this two-page summar of the 2017 Annual Report.






Understanding masculinities

The International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) is the largest multi-country study of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa. 






IMAGES Pakistan

The International Men And Gender Equality Survey - Pakistan is one of the most comprehensive household studies on men’s attitudes and practices on a wide variety of topics related to gender norms and equality in Pakistan to date.






Stories of Impact

Marcelline and Emannuel
Marcelline and Emmanuel are a couple from the District of Karongi in Rwanda who engaged in community discussions on gender-based violence (GBV), its harmful and lasting impact, and learned how to stop it. Rwanda is a country where women have a marginalised position and are often economically dependent on men and as a result, there are high rates of GBV. It is estimated that nearly half of all women have experienced physical and or sexual violence and usually within the convines of their intimate relationships. Read their story. 

At the age of 17 – young and in love – Irene from Kapchorwa, a rural area in Southwestern Uganda, got married. Little did she know, a year later her life would change drastically and painfully forever. Due to pressure from her family and community, in the name of ‘purity’, and out of the need to save her young marriage, Irene underwent Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), commonly practised on so many young girls before and after her. Irene is now one of a group of grandmothers working to end the practice of FGM — and they are making a difference. Read Irene’s story.