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The key objectives of H-Well are to: · Estimate the national prevalence of sexual, physical and emotional violence perpetrated against boys and girls; · Identify risk and protective factors for physical, emotional and sexual violence against children; · Identify the health and social consequences associated with violence against children; · Assess the knowledge and utilization of medical, psychosocial, legal, and protective services available for children who have experienced sexual, emotional and physical violence; · Make recommendations to relevant ministries in Zambia, UN agencies, International and National Non-governmental Organizations on developing, improving, enhancing prevention and response strategies to address violence against children as part of a larger, comprehensive, multi-sectoral approach to child protection; and · Identify areas for further research. (...) Previous research suggests that it is not uncommon for adults who have experienced abuse in their childhood to have no memory of that abuse, particularly when that abuse occurred at a young age and by someone well known to the victim. Republic of Zambia The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of any partner agency Zambia H-Well Data Highlights Key Demographic Characteristics · Never attended school: 3.9% of females and 5.1% of males aged 13-24 years · Currently attending school: 76.5% of females and 81.3% of males aged 13-17 years · Among those not in school, those who completed less than primary school: 4.3% of females and 3.9% of males aged 13-24 years · Orphaned (double orphan) prior to age 18: 5.1% of females and 4.6% of males aged 13-24 years · Orphaned (single orphan) prior to age 18: 22.8% of females and 18.8% of males aged 13-24 years Sexual Violence Experiences of sexual violence reported by 18-24 year olds: · Any sexual abuse* prior to age 18: 20.3% of females and 10.0% of males · Physically forced or pressured sex prior to age 18: 12.1% of females and 3.8% of males · Unwanted sexual touching prior to 18: 8.0% of females and 4.1% of males · Unwanted attempted sex prior to 18: 8.1% of females and 5.0% of males · Described their first sexual intercourse prior to age 18 as unwanted: 26.2% of females and 5.6% of males Experiences of sexual violence reported by 13-17 year olds: · Any sexual abuse* in the past 12 months: 16.6% of females and 5.6% of males · Experiencing any unwanted sexual touching in the past 12 months: 10.5% of females and 4.2% of males · Experiencing any unwanted attempted sex in the past 12 months: 9.7% of females and 1.7% of males · Experiencing any physically forced or pressured sex in the past 12 months: 2.2% of females and 0.0% of males · First experience of sexual intercourse was unwanted among participants who have had sex: 28.3% of females and 6.8% of males Services for Children Who Experienced Sexual Violence: · Reported receiving services for any incident of sexual abuse* occurring prior to age 18: 0% of females and 7.2% of males · Reported receiving services for any incident of sexual abuse* that occurred in the past 12 months: 2.6% of females and ** of males 13-17 years of age · HIV Testing among those who had experienced sexual abuse* prior to age 18: 58.9% of females and 41.9% of males 13-24 years of age · Any sexual abuse* prior to age 18 and know where to get an HIV test: 82.9% of females and 85.2% of males 13 -24 years of age * Sexual Abuse indicators include: 1) Unwanted Sexual Touching, 2) Attempted Forced Sex (sex did not happen), 3) Forced Sex, and 4) Pressured Sex · Unwanted Sexual Touching: Has anyone ever touched you in a sexual way without your permission, but did not try and force you to have sex?
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Score: 568682.5 - https://www.unicef.org/zambia/...ia-HWell-Policy-Brief-2015.pdf
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According to the National Baseline Study on Violence Against Children , one in every five children in the Philippines (19.1%) aged 13-17 years old reported experiencing sexual violence, while one in 25 (4.8%) of all respondents experienced forced consummated sex during childhood. The study also revealed that the perpetrators are often family members and that more boys (22.1%) than girls (15.9%) reported experiencing sexual violence.  Author UNICEF Philippines, Philippine Legislators’ Committee on Population and Development Foundation, Inc.
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Score: 567159.47 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...e-stronger-protection-children
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Programme Protection … For every child Every 6 out of 10 children in Bhutan have experienced some form of physical violence. Hence, UNICEF works with the Royal Government of Bhutan and partners to prevent and respond to violence against children. (...) About every 6 out of 10 children in Bhutan have experienced some form of physical violence. Parents, teachers, adult caregivers and peers are among common perpetrators of violence. (...) Verbal sexual harassment is commonly experienced by girls as well as boys. Children's exposure to pornography and access to the internet also make them vulnerable to online abuse.
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Score: 565804.3 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...otection-%E2%80%A6-every-child
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While many schools have reopened, the education crisis has not ended for the more than 170 million students who experienced one of the longest school closures in the world. (...) While many schools have reopened, the education crisis has not ended for the more than 170 million students who experienced one of the longest school closures in the world. (...) While many schools have reopened, the education crisis has not ended for the more than 170 million students who experienced one of the longest school closures in the world.
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Score: 563235.06 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...covery-my-education-our-future
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An estimated 1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced either physical and or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime. (...) In the United States, about 11 percent of high school girls report experiencing rape, however the majority of these rapes go unreported to the police or other authorities. One global study found that only 7 percent of women reported gender-based violence to a formal source and the VACS found that less than 5 percent of girls and boys who experienced sexual violence ever obtained services to help them recover.
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Score: 562824 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...ts/2016/together_for_girls/en/
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The report’s key findings on the health impacts of violence by an intimate partner were: Death and injury – The study found that globally, 38% of all women who were murdered were murdered by their intimate partners, and 42% of women who have experienced physical or sexual violence at the hands of a partner had experienced injuries as a result. Depression – Partner violence is a major contributor to women’s mental health problems, with women who have experienced partner violence being almost twice as likely to experience depression compared to women who have not experienced any violence. Alcohol use problems – Women experiencing intimate partner violence are almost twice as likely as other women to have alcohol-use problems.
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Score: 562169.43 - https://www.who.int/mediacentr...nce_against_women_20130620/en/
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The report’s key findings on the health impacts of violence by an intimate partner were: Death and injury – The study found that globally, 38% of all women who were murdered were murdered by their intimate partners, and 42% of women who have experienced physical or sexual violence at the hands of a partner had experienced injuries as a result. Depression – Partner violence is a major contributor to women’s mental health problems, with women who have experienced partner violence being almost twice as likely to experience depression compared to women who have not experienced any violence. Alcohol use problems – Women experiencing intimate partner violence are almost twice as likely as other women to have alcohol-use problems.
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Score: 562169.43 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...oblem-of-epidemic-proportions-
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Co-occurrence of violence Children’s experiences of one type of violence were found to be highly correlated with experiencing other types of violence. For example, children who experienced physical violence were three times as likely to report experiences of neglect, more than four times as likely to report experiences of sexual violence and six and a half times more likely to report experiencing emotional violence. 13 per cent, or more than 1 in 8 children and young people reported being victims of emotional, physical and sexual violence. Furthermore, experiencing violence in one setting was closely associated with experiencing it in another. Children who experienced violence at home were four times as likely to report experiencing violence in any other setting including school, the community or online.
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Score: 561934.13 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...R-VAC-research-summary-ENG.pdf
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Experience of sexual harassment in the past three years, by type of harassment If no sexual harassment was experienced, skip to 5, otherwise go to 2. 2. Most recent type of harassment experienced Continue with 3. 3. (...) Experience of physical harassment in the past three years, by type of harassment If no physical harassment was experienced, skip to END, otherwise go to 6. 6. Most recent type of harassment experienced Continue with 7. 7. (...) Prevalence rate of physical harassment: Number of persons who experienced at least one form of physical harassment, divided by the total population.
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Score: 560698.93 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de...ta_on_sdg_indicator_11.7.2.pdf
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The European Union experienced a decline of 12 per cent in the value of its exports in 2015 following an average of 2 per cent growth in 2012-14. (...) Since the financial crisis in 2008, the European Union and the United States have experienced similar trade patterns in terms of exports and imports. (...) Some economies have experienced a sharp decline in their sales of services.
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Score: 560168.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...wts2016_e/WTO_Chapter_05_e.pdf
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