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The report presents the evaluation of the WHO's curriculum for health providers responding to survivors of violence, which was adapted for pre-service training and piloted with 55 nursing and midwifery students in Timor-Leste. Drawing on pre-post training surveys, in-class observation and qualitative interviews with students and lecturers, the research reports on learning outcomes and presents insights for others adapting training courses in similar settings.