This project is validating an app that identifies the gaps between societal prevalence of sex and gender-based violence (SGBV), as reflected in newspaper articles, and the federal government’s allocation of resources to combat SGBV in Madagascar. The app analyzes data on SGBV from daily newspapers across the country. Data on the federal government’s resource allocation to combat SGBV is determined through weekly reports from the federal government’s Council of Ministers meetings. The app then identifies the most vulnerable regions and enables the government to make data-driven decisions about reallocation of resources towards areas with high SGBV rates. In addition to government officials; journalists are being trained to use the app to direct their attention towards areas with high SGBV prevalence. Students are also being trained to use the app to collect data on the SGBV prevalence in schools and universities.