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The sur= vey module=E2=80=89(last modified 23 May 2011)
Guidance for interviewers and training
Supervision of interviewers
Materials for data processing
Violence indicators are computed with the aid of these computer code fil= es.
Collecting feedback and evaluating
Conclusions and recommendations from pilot tests
UNECE has developed and tested this survey module on violence against wo=
men, as part of its activities in the United Na=
tions Development Account project "Enhancing capacities to eradicate v=
iolence against women through networking of local knowledge communities&quo=
The aim of the module is to enable countries to collect a min= imum set of information to measure the prevalence of physical, sexual and i= ntimate partner violence contained in the Re= port of the Friends of the Chair of the United Nations Statistical Commissi= on on Indicators on Violence against Women (see para 8).
The prop= osed questionnaire and methodology were discussed at two UNECE Expert Group= Meetings on Measuring Violence against Women in 2009 = and 2010, respectively.
The module has been tested= in Armenia, Georgia, Mexico, the Republic of Moldova and South Africa. See= Recommendations.=