Final Evaluation: Facilitate women survivors’ access to justice and their social and economic protection through the integrated and systemic chain of services provided by "Batha", a multifunctional center for the empowerment of women victims of GBV – Synergy (Morocco)
Grantee: Initiative pour la Protection des Droits des Femmes
Grant Period: 12 January 2013 – 11 November 2016
Grant Amount: USD 382,427.00
The Synergy project sought to facilitate access to justice and economic and social protection in Morocco through an integrated and systemic chain of services provided by the multifunctional “Batha” center. The Initiative pour la Protection des Droits des Femmes (IPDF) implemented this project to address all kinds of violence in family.
Main findings of the evaluation:
- A coalition built between IPDF and other associations advocated for an amendment of law 14-05 regarding care facilities, using “Batha” center as a reference in their advocacy.
- Synergy project mobilized and raised awareness in the community through knowledge generation, media, and boys and men who advocated for EVAW via their artistic activities.
- The initial set target of providing services to 200 women a year was surpassed, as the "Batha” center reached more than 700 women every year.
Geographic coverage: Arab States/North Africa Morocco
Subject areas: Civil society Domestic violence/interpersonal violence Ending violence against women and girls Gender equality and women’s empowerment Monitoring and evaluation Partnerships Rape/sexual assault Rights in marriage Service delivery Trust funds Women’s rights
Resource type(s): Evaluation reports
Publishing entity/ies: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)