This brief outlines findings from the qualitative, time-series impact evaluation of the Living Peace intervention piloted by Equimundo in Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Living Peace program targeted the husbands of women who had experienced conflict-related rape and intimate partner violence in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), helping men and their partners develop positive coping strategies and restore violence-free relationships in post-conflict and high-violence settings.

The full report, Living Peace in Democratic Republic of the Congo: An Impact Evaluation of an Intervention with Male Partners of Women Survivors of Conflict-Related Rape and Intimate Partner Violence, is available here.



Can Targeting Men Reduce Intimate Partner Violence?

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