GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE in KENYA: THE ECONOMIC BURDEN on SURVIVORS

This study was commissioned to determine the economic burden of gender-based violence (GBV) to survivors in Kenya. This costing study aims to contribute to a deeper understanding among stakeholders including policymakers, political leaders, civil society, communities, and families – of the magnitude of the costs and potential costs of GBV in Kenya. The study drew samples from seven counties based on the prevalence of gender-based violence.

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