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Gender-based violence (GBV) is a global public health crisis affecting female youths in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Studies have shown a high prevalence of GBV within SSA, ranging from 42.3% to 67.7%. Healthcare providers (HCPs) are crucial as survivors' first point of contact and are responsible for creating a safe environment. However, there is a notable gap in their training on GBV in SSA, leading to revictimization and survivors not seeking necessary care. While educational interventions have shown promise in improving health outcomes and reducing GBV, most research in this area has been conducted in high-income countries (HICs), leaving the relevance and effectiveness of such interventions in SSA uncertain. Effective interventions to address GBV in resource-limited healthcare settings necessitate understanding locally appropriate strategies. This research project aims to evaluate the effectiveness of an educational training program on GBV for healthcare providers in Nigeria. The study will be conducted at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), a first-generation Teaching Hospital under the Federal Ministry of Health, renowned for providing quality healthcare. Interested participants will attend an in-person educational workshop, enabling direct engagement and interaction. By piloting a GBV survey before and after the training program, the project aims to systematically examine knowledge, attitudes, and self-efficacy related to GBV screening and response (encompassing sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking) among sub-Saharan African healthcare providers.

This research will develop a comprehensive understanding of GBV prevention and response measures, explicitly focusing on the unique context and resource limitations of healthcare settings in SSA. The project aims to bring together healthcare providers from nursing and midwifery within the teaching hospital, enabling comparisons related to knowledge, attitudes, and self-efficacy related to GBV screening and response. Findings from this project will inform the development of contextually appropriate prevention and response measures that can be implemented in other Nigerian states and eventually across the entire country. Baseline data will be obtained through pre-and post-surveys, focusing on GBV prevention practices and needs and resources related to GBV in healthcare. This data will inform future intervention pathways and contribute to developing sustainable and effective strategies. Stakeholder engagement at the teaching hospital will be facilitated through various means, including written materials such as policy briefs, case scenarios, lectures, and referrals to relevant resources. This project aims to foster long-term and sustainable change in addressing GBV by raising awareness among healthcare providers across Nigeria. This project fills a critical knowledge gap in provider training on GBV in SSA and contributes to developing evidence-based interventions. It can improve the quality of care provided to GBV survivors, reduce revictimization, and promote sustainable change in addressing GBV. By developing contextually appropriate prevention and response measures, this project has the potential to empower healthcare providers and enhance their preparedness to respond to GBV, ultimately leading to improved health outcomes, reduction in GBV incidents, and promote lasting change.