REPRODUCTIVE health workers, volunteers, and coordinators planned to team up to prevent Gender Based Violence.
This was discussed during their five-day training last week.
Reproductive health workers say they wanted to prevent sexual violence against young girls and women in crisis.
Ministry of Health adolescent health national programme coordinator Nancy Pego said victims need to access sexual reproductive health service during crisis.
Ms Pego said health workers and Solomon Islands Planned Parenthood Association (SIPPA) will soon coordinate a team that will be responsible to conduct protection awareness programs that focuses on teenage pregnancy, child abuse and rape.
She added that condom is also one of the prevention measures for victims and they can distribute to them.
Meanwhile, SIPPA program officer Ben Ango said despite awareness and distribution of condoms they can also appoint a leader to be responsible for emergency cases that might occur and report to responsible authority to take action.
Mr Ango encouraged men, women, boys and girls that they have their own right to fight against violence and prevention measures are important for them.
By JOY BUAOKA