End GBVF Collective focuses on implementing the National Strategic Plan on Gender-based Violence and Femicide (NSP-GBVF) whilst the legislation to establish the National Council on GBVF (NCGBVF) is being developed.
The Ford Foundation funded the 100-Day Challenges Capacity Building Programme in End GBVF Collective to accelerate local implementation. At the heart of the programme is the intentional focus and systems design to create the enabling conditions for Collaboration, Innovation and Implementation.
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GBVF victims and survivors directly benefited from changes implemented by the seven 100-Day teams (for example, cases resolved above baseline and support services referred more than the trendline.
Discoveries made by the 100-day teams about their assumptions and behaviour patterns in their roles in the GBVF ecosystem. The discovery of the practices and levers that unleash the full potential of collaboration, innovation and implementation.
Lessons learned by the 100-Day teams about the GBVF ecosystem and how to do things differently. Learning through experimenting with activities to see which of these have a real impact on the GBVF indicators.
At a National Close-out of the pilot, held on 23 August 2022, Seven Multi-sectoral teams in districts across South Africa presented the outcomes of the new collaborative way of working to end Gender-Based Violence & Femicide (GBVF)
The 100-Day Challenge teams have shared and celebrated the impact, discoveries made, and lessons learned on their journey.