This rapid assessment was conducted to gather information on the programmatic and capacity needs of the NGOs supported through APC to implement services for key populations as well as the structural challenges faced by these NGOs.
The following protocol was created to assist community-based nongovernmental organizations in Guyana with implementing gender-based violence screening. Social workers can use this tool to understand ways to detect GBV and to better prepare themselves for implementation of GBV screening.
The Advancing Partners & Communities (APC) project in Uganda has implemented the revised Emanzi intervention in three districts and more than 3,000 men have graduated since the intervention started in 2015.
Through a grant awarded under Advancing Partners & Communities (APC), the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) provides grants to NGOs and works with selected grant recipients to improve their ability to manage their respective organizational systems to meet USAID requirements while providing effective HIV services for key populations. The activities ICRW focuses on involve targeting stigma and discrimination efforts, addressing gender-based violence, and integrating stigma-reduction activities in the national AIDS response.