The Spotlight Initiative in Samoa builds on existing government commitments to ending domestic and intimate partner violence and cultural institutions in Samoa that support ending violence against women and girls.
The Spotlight Initiative in Samoa builds on existing Government commitments to ending domestic and intimate partner violence and cultural institutions in Samoa that support ending violence against women and girls. The programme contextualises international best practices in preventing and responding to violence and learns from emerging practices on what works in Samoa.
Total cost: $4,321,897 | Direct beneficiaries: 8,113 | Indirect beneficiaries: 48,273
Interactive engagement Animations and mobile-friendly social video content to increase awareness on gender and violence-related laws and policies.
Big data Improve co-design service delivery and use SMS-based mobile platform designed for young people to have their voices heard on issues that affect them and to generate ideas and better include those furthest behind.
Reaching the ‘furthest behind first’ for services Expanding the REACH mobile services delivery approach to ensure the most vulnerable have access to services and information.
Improving access to the Internet for marginalized rural women and girls Working with mobile providers and civil society organizations (CSOs) to provide training for women and girls in the villages.
Shared Operations Co-location of the technical coordination unit and joint procurement to ensure greater economies of scale.