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Table 3 Summary of included papers

From: The impact of interventions to reduce risk and incidence of intimate partner violence and sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict states and other humanitarian crises in low and middle income countries: a systematic review

Author (s) Country Strategy type Abuse type & population Name & intervention Study type
Annan et al. * [42] Cote D'lvoire Economic empowerment + Social norms IPV − Women (18 yrs +) & partners EA$E − Group savings + 8 × 1.5–2.5 h gender dialogue groups compared to group savings only RCT
Bacon [48] Liberia Personnel IPV − Female police recruits Recruitment and training + creation of specialist unit Case Study
Bass et al. [43] DRC Survivor response SV − Women survivors of SV with PTSD/anxiety + depression 12 × 2 h group sessions cognitive processing therapy compared to individual support only CRCT
Falb et al. * [41] Cote d'Ivoire Economic empowerment + Social norms IPV − Women (18 yrs +) & partners EA$E − Group savings + 8 × 1.5–2.5 h gender dialogue groups compared to group savings only Qualitative- Interview
Gibbs et al. [52] Afghanistan Economic empowerment + Social norms IPV − Women (18–49 yrs) identified with social and economic vulnerability WfWI − 2 × 1.5–3 h weekly × 12 months + empowerment and vocational skills + cash transfer + group savings Mixed Methods
Glass et al. [46] DRC Economic empowerment IPV − Women and men community members (16 yrs +) Pigs for Peace − Microcredit/livestock product asset transfer program compared to wait list RCT
Glass et al. [44] Somalia Social norms SV + IPV − Women and men community members (15 yrs +) Communities Care − Weekly discussion groups × 15 compared to wait list CRCT
Green et al. [49] Uganda Economic empowerment + social norms IPV − Low income earning women and their partners WINGS − 5 days business training; start up grant; 6 weekly follow up visits for 6 months compared to delayed treatment. Compared to WINGS + or Women Plus variant CRCT
Gupta et al. * [40] Cote d'Ivoire Economic empowerment + social norms IPV − Women (18 yrs +) & partners EA$E − Group savings + 8 × 1.5–2.5 h gender dialogue groups compared to group savings only RCT
Gurman et al. [45] South Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Thailand, Liberia Community mobilisation SV + IPV − Community members & NGO workers Through Our Eyes − Community awareness participatory video project. Videos approx. 20 min long with group session x 60 min Qualitative- Interview + FGDs
Hossain et al. [51] Cote d'Ivoire Social norms IPV − Men -community members (15 yrs +) Men & Women in Partnership initiative − Weekly male discussion group sessions × 16 compared to community-level programming for raised awareness on women’s rights and GBV impacts CRCT
Hossain et al. [39] Kenya Survivor response + community mobilisation IPV − Women refugees (15 yrs +) after IPV/SV Case management + psychosocial support + GBV messaging Mixed Methods
Koegler et al. [47] DRC Economic empowerment SV − Women − survivors of conflict-related SV Group credit and animal asset transfer; shared farming; weekly group support meetings − Solidarity Groups 1–2 h Qualitative − Interview
Lilleston et al. [54] Lebanon Survivor response + community mobilisation SV + IPV − Refugee women and adolescent girls GBV mobile service delivery approach − 6 months of weekly individual case management; psychosocial support; information sessions; door-to-door visits Qualitative − Interview
Stark et al. [55] Ethiopia Empowerment + relationship skills SV + IPV − Girls (13–19 yrs) and their mothers COMPASS − 30 life skills sessions × 1–3 h + 8 mothers’ sessions (length not reported) compared to wait list CRCT
Stark et al. [56] DRC Empowerment + relationship skills SV + IPV − Girls (10–14 yrs) and their mothers COMPASS − 32 life skills sessions × 1-3 h + 13 mothers sessions (length not reported) compared to wait list CRCT
Vaillant [50] DRC Social norms IPV − Men community members (18 yrs +) EMAP − 16 × weekly 3 h male discussion group sessions compared to non-gender norms-related alternative group sessions with discussion topics chosen by group members CRCT
Vu et al. [57] Kenya Survivor response SV + IPV − Women refugees (15 yrs +) Health clinic screening for SV + IPV Mixed Methods
  1. *Derives from the EA$E study (three papers)