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  • Planning and implementing a project, programme or intervention requires multiple interconnected and equally important steps, illustrated in the diagram below: assessment, planning, implementation, monitoring, revision/reassessment/evaluation.  All of these steps must be considered from the outset of any programme design efforts, particularly monitoring and evaluation, which are historically weak elements of the project cycle in many VAWG interventions in humanitarian settings.

Source: UNFPA, 2011. Curriculum Guide for Coordination of Multi-Sectoral Response to Gender-Based Violence in Humanitarian Settings, pg. 153

Additional Resource:

For more information on the project design cycle, see Module Four of Vann, B. 2004. “Training Manual, Facilitator’s Guide: Multisectoral and Interagency Prevention and Response to Gender-based Violence in Populations Affected by Armed Conflict.” Arlington: Reproductive Health Response in Conflict Consortium, GBV Global Technical Support Project, JSI Research and Training Institute. Available in English.