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Advocacy Briefs

Advocacy Briefs

These are summary write ups that argue for a particular course of action in line with emerging knowledge and evidence from practice or research work on VAC prevention. Advocacy briefs are useful in influencing a particular issue e.g. change in policy, and resource mobilization.

Guidance note on compiling Advocacy Briefs from program interventions aimed at preventing violence against children.

Whereas there is no blueprint on what should constitute content for different knowledge products, in recognition of the fact that East Africa actors in VAC prevention have different capacities in documenting evidence; VaCNets Virtual hub hereby outlines essential elements for each knowledge product for guidance purposes and encourages users to do further research to enable generation of good quality knowledge products.

The outline below is not a blue print. It is only a guide for contextual application and hence further reading as you compile your Advocacy Brief is encouraged.

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If you are working to protect children from abuse in either Kenya, Tanzania or Uganda, and would like to show case the difference you are making in preventing violence against children, email your write up to: [email protected].
Similarly, if you have different reports (e.g baseline, monitoring and evaluation reports) for a particular VAC intervention and need help to identify evidence within and compile it into a knowledge product to use for a particular cause (e.g. awareness raising, networking, advocacy), contact VaCNets virtual hub on same email address above for technical support.
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VaCNets Virtual Hub is a knowledge Hub of Impact and innovations Development center under the learning Initiative on prevention of Violence Against Children (VAC) in East Africa. Established in March 2022, the Hub exists to serve as a central repository of all types of evidence including local knowledge from program practice and research on What works in prevention of VAC in East Africa; as well as a platform that connects practitioners for knowledge exchange and learning from available evidence.

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