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Floriza Gennari

Consultant

Floriza Gennari is a behavioral scientist with joint affiliation as an Adjunct Professor at The George Washington University. Her expertise is in the nexus between public health, social and behavior change, and the prevention and response to violence against women and children. Her current role focuses on developing the violence against children (VAC) portfolio, and providing strategic research on the gendered aspects of VAC, including its intersection with violence against women, and between VAC and health. Floriza previously worked for over 15 years with organizations such as the World Bank, PAHO/WHO, UNICEF, and NGOs, and was based in Mozambique, Eswatini, and Botswana. Floriza holds a DrPH in Health Behavior from The George Washington University, and a Master’s Degree in Public Health in Developing Countries from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Articles

Ending Violence against Women and Children in Asia and the Pacific
Report Report

Ending Violence against Women and Children in Asia and the Pacific

UNICEF, UNFPA, and UN WOMEN partnered on a regional, multi-country initiative in Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Viet Nam to explore opportunities and challenges for better coordination, integration and collaboration for violence against women and violence against children, action plans, programmes and services, focusing on violence that occurs within spaces and relationships of trust.

Events

Intersections between Violence Against Children and Women - Prevention and Response
Event Event

Intersections between Violence Against Children and Women - Prevention and Response

19 October 2021 - The second event in the 2021 Solutions Summit Series Together to #ENDviolence series aims to share evidence and foster discussion on intersections between violence against women and violence against children, highlighting synergies opportunities for greater collaboration and opportunities for moving towards implementation to build knowledge and translate it into policy and programs.