Commitment to Action

Technology to Address Gender-Based Violence in Haiti

Commitment by

Digital Democracy

In 2010, Digital Democracy (Dd) committed to providing its Haitian partners with the technical tools and training needed for a comprehensive approach to prevent rape in Haiti. Working with a coalition of lawyers, health and psycho-social service providers, and strong networks of Haitian women and girls, Digital Democracy's commitment will document cases of violence using network responders via mobile phones and provide comprehensive technical training to women and girls to respond to the attacks and effectively advocate for changes to further prevent violence.

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Commitment

Technology to Address Gender-Based Violence in Haiti

Launched

2010

Est. Duration

3 year

Estimated Total Value

$1,030,000

Region

Latin America & Caribbean

Countries

HAITI

Commitment by

Digital Democracy

Partner(s)

United Nations Refugee Agency, Lawyers' Earthquake Response Network, KONAMSI (Victim Cooperative and Small Business), Partners In Health, Madre, Fanm Viktim Leve Kanpe, KONAMAVID (National Coordination of Direct Victims), Solutions, Zanmi Lasante, Komisyon Fanm Viktim pou Viktim, IFKB (Association of Women Victims of Bel AIr), Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, The Abundance Foundation, New Media Advocacy Project, Openbox