• PART A: Gender Based Violence in crisis such as Election Conflicts, Ethnic Clashes, Drought, Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Violence against Women and Girls
  • Q. What Is Online Gender-Based Violence?

    Ans. Online or Technology-facilitated Gender-Based Violence is a form of gender injustice and discrimination that takes place in online spaces. This type of Gender Based Violence (GBV) can include stalking, harassment, bullying, and unsolicited pornography, among other action

  • Q. What is Gender-Based Violence on social media?

    Ans. Online Gender-Based Violence can include unwanted sexual remarks, non-consensual posting of sexual media, threats, doxing, cyberstalking and harassment, and Gender-Based discriminatory memes and posts among other things.

  • Q. What are the 7 types of Gender Based Violence?

    Ans. The 7 types of Gender Based Violence (GBV) are classified as
    a). Physical violence.
    b). Verbal violence.
    c). Psychological violence.
    d). Sexual violence.
    e). Socio-economic violence.
    f). Domestic violence or in intimate relationships.
    g). Harassment and sexual harassment.

  • Q. What causes gender-based violence?

    Ans. Gender based violence are as a result of the following
    a). Cultural factors.
    b). Legal factors.
    c). Economic factors.
    d). Political factors.

  • Q. What are the causes of Gender-Based Violence in Kenya?

    Ans. Drivers of Gender Based Violence (GBV): There are certain factors that contribute to the vulnerability of women and girls to be subjected to Gender Based Violence such as poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, alcohol and substance abuse.

  • Q. What are the 4 main areas of abuse?

    Ans. Most States recognize four major types of maltreatment: physical abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse. Additionally, many States identify abandonment, parental substance use, and human trafficking as abuse or neglect.