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Sexual Violence Prevention


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This public health analogy of “moving upstream” to prevent tragedies from occurring downstream is taught in many public health courses and is relevant for our dialogue on sexual violence prevention. It is presented as a catalyst for discussion and to convey how important it is to have strong teams along the river building safe passages.
— Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sexual violence prevention: beginning the dialogue. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2004.

Learn more abut The WHAT and WHO Matrix developed by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention!

(NOTE: The example strategies in this matrix further describe prevention concepts and strategies. CDC looks forward to working with grantees to develop innovative and effective ways to prevent sexual violence that address individual, relationship, community, and societal influences for universal and selected populations)

(NOTE: The example strategies in this matrix further describe prevention concepts and strategies. CDC looks forward to working with grantees to develop innovative and effective ways to prevent sexual violence that address individual, relationship, community, and societal influences for universal and selected populations)