The Spotlight Initiative in Vanuatu is focused on working in line with a comprehensive approach across all six pillars of the Initiative.
Total cost: $3,962,330 | Direct beneficiaries: 57,110 | Indirect beneficiaries: 330,842
U-Reporting for adolescents
Development and implement U-Report surveys among adolescents on issues related to violence against children, adolescents and women, gender equality and child protection and interactive activities through social media.
New and diverse partnerships
Provide structure and momentum to bring fragmented and diverse actors together with new and diverse partners.
Engaging with the private sector to improve gender equality and awareness of violence against women.
Locally-designed data system
Enhanced data collection, analysis and utilization, drawing on example of Vanuatu MOET Open VEMIS system for publicly reporting anonymised, aggregated violence against women and girls (VAWG) data using a 'do no harm' approach to ensure individual cases cannot be identified.
Challenging the abuse of adolescent girls by their intimate partners through media campaigns and activities that are school-based, community-based, faith-based and sports-based. These involve both adolescents and parents/caregivers.
UNFPA, UNDP, UNICEF, IOM
National Focal Point: Madelene Eichhorn, email@example.com