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Cambodia

Findings from the first national violence against children survey in Cambodia [PDF 79MB], for which CDC provided technical guidance and assistance with the National Institute of Statistics of the Ministry of Planning. Study coordination was provided by UNICEF Cambodia and further guidance was provided by the multi-sectoral steering committee on Violence Against Children led by the Ministry of Women’s Affairs, co-chaired by the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation, and consisting of key ministries and government agencies including the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Cult and Religion, Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, Ministry of Information, Cambodian National Council for Children, and the National AIDS Authority. The survey documents the scale of sexual, physical and emotional violence during childhood and in the 12 months preceding the survey, and includes findings for girls and boys.

Republic of Haiti

Findings from the first national violence against children survey in the Republic of Haiti [PDF 4.33MB], for which CDC provided technical guidance and coordination, that was also guided by the Comité de Coordination (CC), a multi-sectoral task force consisting of government ministries and partners from social welfare, the police and legal system and health care sectors, the United Nations and civil society, and implemented by the Interuniversity Institute for Research and Development (INURED). The survey documents the scale of sexual, physical and emotional violence during childhood and in the 12 months preceding the survey, and includes findings for girls and boys.

Kingdom of Swaziland

Findings from the first national violence against children survey in Swaziland [PDF 707KB], for which CDC provided technical support and guidance, that was coordinated and implemented by UNICEF, with support from a steering committee comprised of staff of the Swaziland Government and local NGOs. The survey documents the scale of sexual, physical and emotional violence during childhood and in the 12 months preceding the survey among girls.

Republic of Kenya

Findings from the first national violence against children survey in Kenya [PDF 2.4MB], for which CDC provided technical support and guidance, that was coordinated by UNICEF,  implemented by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) with support from a Technical Working Group of Kenyan Ministries and NGOs. The survey documents the scale of sexual, physical and emotional violence during childhood and in the 12 months preceding the survey, and includes findings for girls and boys.

Republic of Zimbabwe

Findings from the first national violence against children survey in Zimbabwe [PDF 3.5MB], for which CDC provided technical support and guidance, that was coordinated by UNICEF, implemented by Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT) with support from Collaborative Centre for Operational Research and Evaluation (CCORE) and a Steering and Technical Committee comprised of staff from the Zimbabwe government. The survey documents the scale of sexual, physical and emotional violence during childhood and in the 12 months preceding the survey, and includes findings for girls and boys.

United Republic of Tanzania

Findings from the first national violence against children survey in Tanzania [PDF 1.7MB], which was coordinated by UNICEF and conducted by CDC with support from Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) and a Multisectoral Task Force. The survey documents the scale of sexual, physical and emotional violence during childhood and in the 12 months preceding the survey, and includes findings for girls and boys.


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