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Humanitarian agencies can unintentionally increase risks associated with livelihoods activities, including the risk of Gender-Based Violence (GBV). This study captures the risks and risk mitigation strategies related to livelihoods support in the Gaza Strip as identified by women survivors of GBV, adolescent girls, and adolescent boys. Through the results of this research, Oxfam and other humanitarian actors can better under-stand current and potential risks resulting from women’s livelihoods activities in Gaza and can use the results to inform the design of safer programming.

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10.21201/2019/5280

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978-1-78748-528-0

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