To investigate the effectiveness of our programs, we are conducting rigorous pilot studies.

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Using both quantitative and qualitative methods, Common Threads Project tracks well-being, mental health symptoms, coping capacities, community cohesion, and changes in attitudes about gender roles and violence against women among both participants and a control group before the intervention, and after each phase of the program. In addition, independent evaluators conduct in-depth interviews of participants in order to understand their experience of the program.
The findings demonstrate that CTP is an effective approach to support women in their healing process following experiences of sexual and gender based violence in the context of mass conflict and displacement.