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Gender Based interventions and response
Baylor-Uganda supported capacity building of both health workers and community service providers to effectively integrate gender concerns in routine programing and service provision. A total of 240 health workers from 31 HFs and 40 community health workers (CHW) were mentored on GBV screening. They also had one a day orientation on screening adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) for vulnerability including GBV. Baylor-Uganda embraced multidisciplinary approaches, which has built the capacity and confidence of the mentored health service providers in serving GBV survivors. As a way of streamlining and strengthening referral systems for GBV survivors and promoting access to justice by all the survivors, Uganda Police Gender and Family Protection Unit with judicial officers have been integrated in the mentorship program.
Most cases of sexual violence were recorded in females aged 15-19 years whereas the 25+ age group recorded the highest number of physical violence.

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