Introduction

Violence against women is a common problem and can happen to any woman in any culture. It is a violation of human rights. It is also a public health problem, though it has not been given due considerations as a public health problem. It affects every aspect of the woman’s life and has many complex sexual and reproductive health consequences.

In this session, you will learn about the consequences of the major forms of violence against women. You will also learn how you can help girls and women who are victims of violence.

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