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VSA Volunteering Opportunity: Family Sexual Violence Specialist

August 09, 2019 at 2:06 PM

From Volunteer Service Abroad

Share your expertise with Family Support Centres in Bougainville to strengthen effective medical and wrap-around service provision.

Although referral pathways are working in Bougainville, there is a real need among service providers to improve the standard of medical data collection and reporting required for court proceedings. 

Working closely with Centre staff you will help review current systems and practices to enhance reporting. This will include providing vital analysis of medical, psychosocial and legal pathways for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence. You will provide a post-analysis report with recommendations to address current support issues. With a strong focus on mentoring, you will deliver staff-trainings and facilitate incorporation of recommendations into a work plan.

In this rewarding role you will also work with relevant agencies to establish a coordinated, survivor-centred approach to service delivery.

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