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The sur= vey module (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.=