Section Six: Annexes
Key Informant Interview Guides: GBV
11. What measures does your organization have in place to protect survivors and their families?
12. How would you describe the relationship between this organization and other service providers
(police, courts, health facilities)? What about the relationship between the police and the health
13. How would you describe the relationship between the closest police station and NGOs over
14. What other structures, activities and forums (or other coordination system) is your institution
involved in to address the needs of victims/survivors of sexual violence or other types of
15. What are some of the challenges you face in responding to sexual violence or other forms of
How do you think these challenges could be addressed?
Structured Interview Guide: NGOs Not Engaged Directly in GBV
(As the interviewer, introduce yourself, explain the objectives of the interview and request the
respondent’s consent to be interviewed. Note the respondent’s name, position and job title;
describe his or her duties; and enter the institution’s name and location and the date of the
Date of interview: _____________________
Name of the institution/agency: _____________________
Name of person interviewed and contact details if they will provide it: _____________________________
Their position in the institution/agency: _______________
1. What kinds programmes is your agency implementing? Where are you implementing your
programmes? (Try to get speciﬁc information on province, districts, wards, etc.)
If they are engaged in food distribution, water and sanitation, etc., try to identify if they do
anything to address gender concerns.
2. What types of GBV do you think are most prevalent in this community?
3. What do you think are the major gaps in terms of preventing and responding to gender-based
4. If your staff came across a case of gender-based violence during their work what would they
do? (PROBE: victims/survivors, family members, health professionals etc.)
5. What kind of mechanisms does your agency have in place to prevent sexual exploitation and
6. Do you know of any structures, activities and forums (or other coordination system) that exist
to address the needs of victims/survivors of sexual violence or other types of gender-based
7. How do you think some of these challenges you face could be addressed?