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In every humanitarian crisis, humanitarian agencies, donors, and governments should seek to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls (VAWG) and gender-based violence (GBV) in emergencies, by Reducing the risks of GBV/VAWG for beneficiaries of humanitarian programmes; Supporting long-term efforts to tackle the causes of GBV/VAWG in recovery andtransition strategies; Supporting survivors’ access to safe, confidential services; and Placing all of the above in the context of efforts to tackle the broader gendered impacts of crises, in order to meet the needs of women, men, girls and boys, and to find opportunities to promote women’s rights and gender equality in the long term. As well as encouraging other actors to undertake these actions, Oxfam is committed to promoting gender equality and preventing GBV/VAWG, through the implementation of its Minimum Standards for Gender in Emergencies. In addition, and particularly in conflict and transition contexts, donors, governments, UN agencies, civil society, armed forces, and peacekeepers, should advance women’s rights, and undertake special measures to ensure their protection from GBV/VAWG.

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