Key Figures

People in need
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PiN Blanco
1,919,939
In destination 1,027,021
Host Communities 500,678
Col. Returnees 133,167
Pendular 259,073
*In transit 73,916
10 Dec 2020
Target population
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Target Blanco
162,941
In destination 104,566
Host Communities 42,378
Col. Returnees 11,067
Pendular 4,930
*In transit 14,762
10 Dec 2020
Financial Requirements
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Requerimientos financieros
$37.92M
10 Dec 2020
Appealing partners
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partners
54
10 Dec 2020

Gender-based Violence (GBV) Sub-sector

The protection and safety of women, girls and other groups at risk of gender-based violence can only be achieved through collective and sustainable action. This is because gender-based violence (GBV) is best addressed when multiple sectors and organizations work together to create and implement unified violence prevention, risk mitigation and response strategies.

Therefore, the Regional Subsector of Gender Violence facilitates the coordination and implementation of gender violence programming in the 17 RMRP countries, it leads the construction of synergies and coordination with other sectors (through coalitions), training and awareness, strategic planning and monitoring and evaluation. The Subsector was established in 2018 and operates alongside other subsectors under the Protection Sector.

The Subsector has the following objectives:
• Strengthen coordination at the national level to ensure that multiple sectors and organizations work together to create and implement unified risk prevention, response and mitigation strategies,
• Promote access to and the importance of specialized multisectoral GBV services for refugee and migrant survivors from Venezuela in humanitarian response,
• Develop informed advocacy activities that positively influence the policies of governments and humanitarian actors (including the United Nations, NGOs and CSOs) to prevent and mitigate gender-based violence and respond to the specific needs of survivors of gender violence that come from Venezuela.
• Promote the improvement of the safety, dignity and well-being of groups at risk of suffering gender violence through the imposition of measures to mitigate the risk of gender violence and empower women and girls

GBV

GBV

Documents

Report
SITREP JULY 2021 - SOUTHERN CONE
SITREP JULY 2021

Situation report of the acitvities implemented on July 2021 by R4V partners across Southern Cone 

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36
Published:
01 September 2021
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Situation Reports r4v cono sur RMRP 2021
Reporte/Informe
ONU Mujeres Soledad
Colombia: Análisis comparativo 2019 a 2021 sobre la situación de las violencias basadas en género de población colombiana y venezolana en Soledad (Atlántico) en el marco de la pandemia por COVID-19 - ONU Mujeres

Reporte infográfico sobre afectaciones hacia mujeres y niñas en la pandemia por COVID-19, y contexto territorial en Soledad (Atlántico) de las violencias basadas en género durante los años 2019, 2020 y 2021.

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20
Published:
10 August 2021
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Informes de situación Refugiados y Migrantes
Reporte/Informe
ONU Mujeres Cartagena
Colombia: Análisis comparativo 2019 a 2021 sobre la situación de las violencias basadas en género de población colombiana y venezolana en Cartagena (Bolívar) en el marco de la pandemia por COVID-19 - ONU Mujeres

Reporte infográfico sobre afectaciones hacia mujeres y niñas en la pandemia por COVID-19, y contexto territorial en Cartagena (Bolívar) de las violencias basadas en género durante los años 2019, 2020 y 2021.

Downloads:
46
Published:
10 August 2021
Tags:
Informes de situación Refugiados y Migrantes
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Let’s change the way we behave

A thousand ways to be a man

What does it mean to be a man?

Workshop Implementation Guide

Material de entrenamiento, Guía
Guía de Implementación del Taller Asincrónico - Campaña Ser Hombre de Mil Maneras
13 Jul 2021

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Contacts

María Helena Ariza
UNFPA  
[email protected]

Olivia Henderson
Save the Children
[email protected]

Emma Puig de la Bellacasa
HIAS
[email protected]