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Domestic Violence

A national study on the drivers of violence against children in Swaziland

2016
Author: 
Swaziland Government. The Deputy prime Minister's Office. Department of Gender and Family Issues

The National Study on the drivers of violence against children in Swaziland presents results from a national Research to Policv and Practice process (R3P) study exploring the "Drivers of Violence Affecting Children". This applied research methodology, pioneered by UNICEF's Office of Research in partnership with the University of Edinburgh, was led in Swaziland by the Multisectoral Technical team on Violence (MTTV) working closely with the Deputy Prime Minister's Office. The University of Swaziland provided important local academic support.

Library code: 
Manzini
Classification no: 
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
OR BS/
Type of material: 
Research Report
Publication details: 
Mbabane: UNICEF
Physical description: 
x, 160p.: ill.
Keywords: 
University of Edinburgh, University of Swaziland, United Nations Children's Fund, UNISWA, UNICEF, USAID, PEPFAR
Notes: 
2 copies

2010 and 2014 MICS comparative report: Swaziland

2015
Author: 
Swaziland Government. Ministry of Economic Planning

The Swaziland Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys IV and V are nationally representative surveys of households, children, women and men. The main objective of the surveys is to provide up to date information for assessing the situation of children, women and men in Swaziland. Another objective is to furnish data needed for monitoring progress towards the goals established at the World Summit for Children and the Millennium Development Goals. The findings of the surveys are utilised by government and development partners for planning and monitoring programme implementation.

Library code: 
Manzini
Classification no: 
RM / SWA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
RM BS/
Type of material: 
Annual Report
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
i, 12p.
Keywords: 
Central Statistical Office, United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, UNESCO

Women and Children: the double dividend of gender equality

2006
Author: 
UNICEF
Series title: 
The state of the world's children
Classification no: 
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Collection: 
OR BS/51
Accession no: 
51
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
New York: UNICEF
Physical description: 
viii, 148p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Orphaned and Vulnerable Chlidren. Gender. Discrimination. Domestic Violence. Child Labour. Women. Girls. Child Rights. Gender Equality
Notes: 
2007 issue of The State of the World's Children. 3 copies - one kept at the statistics section of the Special Collection""

Women, HIV/AIDS and human rights

2004
Author: 
Amnesty International
Classification no: 
Gender
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
GE BS/949
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
London: Amnesty International
Physical description: 
32p.
Keywords: 
Stop Violence against Women Campaign. It's in our hands. Vulnerable Groups. Domestic Violence. Family Violence. Gender-based Violence. GBV. Community Violence. Conflict Situations. Sex Work. Injecting Drug Use. IDU. Discrimination. Human Rights. Prevention. Treatment. Sex Education. Health Education. Condoms. Teasting. VCT. HTC. Home-based Care. HBC. Care-givers. Empowerment. Women's Rights. Stigma. PMTCT. Mother-to-child Transmission.
Notes: 
2 copies

Emerging issues from policy dialogues: exploring links between GBV, HIV and culture

2009
Author: 
Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Information Dissemination Service
Classification no: 
Gender
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
GE BS/944
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Pretoria: SAfAIDS
Physical description: 
iv, 24p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Oxfam Canada. Muchawa, E. Marriage Laws. Polygamy. Lobola. Spouse Inheritance. Property Inheritance. HIV Transmission Criminalization. Commercial Sex Work. Domestic Violence. Marital Rape. Gender Based Violence. Zimbabwe. Human Rifgts. Women.
Notes: 
Policy Primer: Emerging issues from the Zimbabwe policy dialogues 2008