Overcoming equitably: tackling gender-based violence in Peru in 2022 and beyond

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Women in Peru experience high rates of gender-based violence (GBV), and the COVID-19 pandemic and associated social and economic challenges only exacerbated its inequities. While national GBV rates have gone down in recent years as investment in prevention increased prior to the pandemic, gaps in who is most impacted persist. An analysis of the country's latest National Demographic and Health Survey (ENDES 2021) helps us understand the current reality by revealing persisting inequalities and allows us to draw conclusions about how to further target investment going forward. This paper seeks to not only examine and better understand some of the persistent gaps, but also review policy and programmatic responses and other emerging innovations to offer potential recommendations for addressing GBV more equitably and effectively, with the goal of closing identified gaps and ending gender-based violence in Peru, once and for all.
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