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 The National Gender Based Violence Database (NGBVD) is a Government of Uganda initiative that enables actors in Uganda who are responding to Gender Based Violence (GBV) to safely collect, store and generate analyzed reports in real time. The National Gender Based Violence Database (NGBVD) is a tool for Monitoring and Evaluating GBV interventions that involve compiling and monitoring reported GBV incidents.

The NGBVD is an E Government online Management Information System (MIS) accessed through http://ngbvd.mglsd.go.ug. The database is designed to collect, store and analyze GBV data in both humanitarian and non-humanitarian settings.

The purpose of the National Gender Based Violence Database (NGBVD) in the Social Development Sector is not just routine collection of GBV incident data but facilitate evidence based decision making. The underlying rationale for the National Gender Based Violence Database (NGBVD) effort is to encourage survivors /victims to report GBV incidents. The information from the National Gender Based Violence Database (NGBVD) is organized in such a way that GBV trends are generated across the country. Subsequent Gender Based Violence (GBV) planning in the country will be based on such information and strategies will be designed to redress any identified inequalities.

The prevention of and response to GBV is a collaborative, multi-functional, inter-agency and community based approach. The National Gender Based Violence Database (NGBVD) was developed based on this approach.