APR2P is currently undertaking research in conjunction with APPAP members into the design and implementation of an Early Warning and Early Response (EWER) system in the Asia Pacific. Taking inspiration from Belun's effective EWER, the project will concentrate solely on stopping and preventing sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) within local communities and their potential escalation into atrocity crimes. 

Taking a bottom-up approach, the system seeks to include the experiences of those suffering SGBV into the warning and response mechanisms of the system, to tailor responses that will be most effective at addressing SGBV. 

The system is currently under development with the intent for it to be deployed within the Rohingya refugee population of Cox's Bazaar.