This training curriculum was prepared by Colleen Dockerty and Saria Novoa, with support from John Drollinger, Silje Heitmann, Purity Ikunda, Edna Mokaya, and Ilaria Porta. Layout design by Hugo Balandra
The training curriculum was primarily adapted from the World Health Organization (2019) Caring for women subjected to violence: A WHO curriculum for training health care providers, and training videos created by the International Rescue Committee and Norwegian Church Aid in 2020.
The training was also adapted from various other resources:
- GBV IMS Steering Committee (2017) Interagency Gender-based Violence Case Management Guidelines Providing care and case management services to Gender-based violence survivors in humanitarian settings.
- Interagency Standing Committee (2010) Caring for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Emergencies Training Pack.
- International Rescue Committee and UNICEF (2012). Caring for Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse: Guidelines for health and psychosocial service providers in humanitarian settings.
- IRC (2014) Clinical care for sexual assault survivors: Facilitator’s guide
- IRC (2014) Clinical Care for Sexual Assault Survivors: Psychosocial care toolkit
- Medecins sans Frontieres Operational Centre Amsterdam (2019) Sexual violence and intimate partner violence Field training curriculum
- Norwegian Church Aid (2020) Integrating Therapeutic Interventions into Gender-based Violence Case Management
- UNHCR (2016) SGBV Prevention and Response Training Package
- WHO, UNHCR (2004) Clinical Management of Rape Survivors Developing protocols for use with refugees and internally displaced persons
- WHO (2014) Health care for women subjected to intimate partner violence or sexual violence: A clinical handbook
- WHO (2017) Responding to children and adolescents who have been sexually abused: WHO Clinical Guidelines
- WHO (2017) Strengthening health systems to respond to women subjected to intimate partner violence or sexual violence: a manual for health managers
- WHO, UNFPA, UNHCR (2019) Clinical management of rape and intimate partner violence survivors: developing protocols for use in humanitarian settings. Geneva: WHO