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Background

A  UN In-depth Study in 2006 on gender based violence reported that one in every three women in the world was victim of violence. A nationwide study conducted in Bangladesh in 2008 by the Multi-Sectoral Programme on Violence against Women reported that 58 percent of the respondents between the age of 10 and 49 were the victims of violence. The most common form of violence is a physical assault which is followed by sexual assault and harassment. The psychological or mental violence either separately or inclusively with other forms of violence is high but the victims are not aware about such violence. In addition, the social stigma, sense of insecurity, ignorance about the legal provisions, supports and services the women and children victims remain silent. To break the silence of the vast majority of abused women and children a confidential helpline is urgently needed. In this background, Multi-Sectoral Programme on Violence against Women of Ministry of Women and Children Affairs established National Helpline Centre for Violence against Women and Children.

 
Contact

National Helpline Centre
for Violence against Women
and Children

Department of Women Affairs (7th Floor)

37/3 Eskaton Garden Road, Dhaka-1000

Helpline Number- 10921

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