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Over half of the world’s children experienced severe violence last year of whom 64 per cent are in South Asia. (...) In Bangladesh, 47 per cent of married girls aged 15-19 who have experienced physical or sexual violence did so through their partners or husbands.  In India, 9 per cent of girls and women aged 15-49 reported having experienced sexual violence including forced sexual intercourse and other sexual acts; for many women this occurs at a young age with up to 5 percent of 15-19-year-olds having experienced the same.
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Score: 638840.5 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/wh...tion/violence-against-children
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Additional skilled and experienced staff is required Administrations, regional and international organizations, private sector, civil society and donors b. (...) Additional skilled and experienced staff is required Administrations, regional and international organizations, private sector, civil society and donors c. (...) Additional skilled and experienced staff is required Administrations, regional and international organizations, private sector, civil society and donors d.
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Score: 637857.6 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i...cs/consultations/IFM1-PR-E.doc
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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: 637458.7 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...ts/2016/together_for_girls/en/
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Manual to Support National Data Collection on SDG Indicator 16.3.3: | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Oslo Governance Centre Who we are What we do Our impact Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact English Locations Proportion of the population who have experienced a dispute in the past two years and who accessed a formal or informal dispute resolution mechanism, by type of mechanism pdf (0.5 MB) Home Oslo Governance Centre Publications Manual to Support National Data Collection on SDG Indicator 16.3.3: Manual to Support National Data Collection on SDG Indicator 16.3.3: Proportion of the population who have experienced a dispute in the past two years and who accessed a formal or informal dispute resolution mechanism, by type of mechanism pdf (1MB) Download Manual to Support National Data Collection on SDG Indicator 16.3.3: October 13, 2022 Proportion of the population who have experienced a dispute in the past two years and who accessed a formal or informal dispute resolution mechanism, by type of mechanism. 
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Score: 637458.7 - https://www.undp.org/policy-ce...-collection-sdg-indicator-1633
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Reporting rolling / online bullying • The plurality of UK 10-18 year olds who have experienced trolling, either directly or indirectly, say that they ignored it. (...) Thinking about this description, have you experienced trolling/ online bullying on social media? (...) Opinion also varies by those who have experienced trolling / online bullying and those who have not.
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Score: 636681.25 - https://www.itu.int/en/council...indings_REVISED%2029%20JAN.PDF
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Nineteen National Correspondents were expected to participate in the workshop, however only seventeen NC plus five Nationals from Ghana Workshop objectives The objectives of the workshop were to: Review the country drafts reports to FRA 2005; Address problems that countries were experiencing with respect to the compiling of the country reports according to the FRA 2005 Guidelines; Identify information gaps, draft a time table for the final submission of the country reports; and Formulate conclusions and recommendations for future FRA 2005 activities. (...) Within countries, participants had experienced problems in accessing information from sister ministries, NGOs, projects and the private sector. Particularly, problems of weak governance were experienced by countries which have been in civil strive.
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Score: 636400.6 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/fra/nc/24408/en/
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The National Survey on Violence Against Children and Young People, 2016 found that 6 out of 10 children had experienced some form of physical violence; and more than 1 out of 10 children had experienced sexual violence at least once in their life time. (...) The partner agencies engaged in the Campaign are: UNICEF Bhutan/2022 If you, or someone you know, has experienced violence, seek support: Call Woman and Child Helpline: 1098 Royal Bhutan Police: 113 Nazhoen Lamtoen: 1257 RENEW: 17126353   UNICEF Bhutan & NCWC UNICEF Bhutan & NCWC In our own words Article 30 August 2022 “I aspire to be a good man unlike my coach” A young man speaks up about the sexual abuse he experienced as a child.
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Score: 636400.6 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/break-silence
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Gender Profile of Ukraine | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Ukraine Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Українська Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Українська Page content Home Ukraine Gender Profile of Ukraine UNDP in Ukraine Gender Profile of Ukraine Fast Facts Indicator Data Source, date Human Development Index 0.779 74 th   of 189 countries (high standard of human development) HDR, 2020 Gender Inequality Index SDG 5 0.234 52 nd  of 162 countries HDR, 2020 Socioeconomic empowerment Women hold seats in parliament SDG 5.5 21% Parliament, 2019 Women hold management positions SDG 5.5 23% JurFem, 2019 Women business owners SDG 5.5 46% JurFem, 2019 Labour force participation rate SDG 8.5 Women:  47% Men:  63% HDR, 2020 Gender pay gap (monthly earnings) SDG 8.5 Women earn on average  23%  less than men 35%  in postal and courier services 33%  in financial and insurance services 30%  in art, sports, entertainment, recreation JurFem, 2019 Estimated gross national income per capita (purchasing power parity) SDG 8.5 Women:  $10,088 Men:  $16,840 HDR, 2020 Women with bank accounts SDG 5.5 61%  of women ages 15 and older HDR, 2020 Graduates from STEM programmes in tertiary education SDG 5.5 Women:  29% Men:  71% HDR, 2020 Among all tertiary graduates SDG 5.5 Women:  14%  in STEM Men:  38%  in STEM HDR, 2020 Paid maternity leave (for pregnancy and childbirth) SDG 1.3 126 days  (70 days prior to the expected childbirth date and 56 days after childbirth) Labour Code (Article 179) Law on Leave (Article 18) Parental leave (for childcare) SDG 1.3 Up to 3 years  (may be taken by either parent, grandparents, or other relatives who provide care for the child) Labour Code (Article 179) Law on Leave (Article 18) Time spent on unpaid domestic chores SDG 5.4 Women:  29 hours  per week Men:  15 hours  per week UNFPA, 2018 Time spent on unpaid childcare SDG 5.4 Women:  49 hours  per week Men:  22 hours  per week UNFPA, 2018 Health and family planning Life expectancy at birth SDG 3 Women:  77 years Men:  67 years HDR, 2020 Maternal mortality ratio SDG 3.1 19  deaths per 100,000 live births HDR, 2020 Adolescent birth rate SDG 3.7 24  births per 1,000 women ages 15-19 HDR, 2020 Contraceptive prevalence, any method SDG 5.6 65%  of married or in-union women of reproductive age (15-49 years) HDR, 2020 Unmet need for family planning SDG 5.6 5%  of married or in-union women of reproductive age (15-49 years) HDR, 2020 Mortality rate attributed to noncommunicable disease SDG 3.4 Women:  514.3  per 100,000 persons Men:  923.6  per 100,000 persons HDR, country profile, 2020 Suicide rate SDG 3.4 Women:  5  per 100,000 people Men:  35  per 100,000 people   Up to  7,000  per year 80%  of suicides are by men HDR, country profile, 2020   WHO, 2019 People living with HIV (aged 15-49) SDG 3.3 Women:  100,000  ( 0.9  prevalence rate) Men:  140,000  ( 1.1  prevalence rate) PLHIV:  250,000  ( 1  prevalence rate) UNAIDS, 2019 Violence against girls and women Women married by age 18 (child marriage) SDG 5.3 9%  of women ages 20-24 who are married or in union HDR, 2020 Gender-based violence SDG 5.2 2 in 3 women  have experienced psychological, physical, or sexual violence OSCE, 2019 Violence against women ever experienced, by intimate partner SDG 5.2 26%  of women ages 15 and older HDR, 2020 Violence against women ever experienced, by nonintimate partner SDG 5.2 5%  of women ages 15 and older HDR, 2020 Sexual harassment SDG 5.2 1 in 2 women  have   experienced at least one form of sexual harassment OSCE, 2019   United Nations Development Programme Who we are About us Our team Funding and delivery What we do Focus areas Sustainable Development Goals Our impact News Centre Publications Stories Projects Blogs Get involved Contact us Careers Procurement Report Fraud, Abuse, Misconduct Submit social or environmental complaint Scam Alert Terms of Use © 2022 United Nations Development Programme
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Score: 636400.6 - https://www.undp.org/ukraine/gender-profile-ukraine
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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: 634820 - https://www.who.int/mediacentr...nce_against_women_20130620/en/
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According to the third 2018 population based national survey on violence against women and girls showed that 52.9% Albanian women have experienced one or more forms of violence; 65.8% of women experienced dating violence during their lifetime. 18,1% of women experienced sexual harassment during their lifetime; 18.2% of women experienced non-partner violence and 12,6% of women have experienced stalking during their lifetime. (...) Out of 47% of women who reported to have experienced intimate partner domestic violence, only 8.6% experienced sexual violence in their life, while only 1.3% reported non-partner sexual violence. (...) Capacities of judiciary, military and municipal social care staff (judges, prosecutors, officials of armed forces and LCDVs) are strengthened in adequately implementing VAW related laws and policies. 118 judges , prosecutors and judiciary chancelleries; 147 LCDVs and social services staff  at municipal level and 40 young students, 19 academic staff  and 24 senior officials of the Albanian Armed Forces increased professional capacities through certified training modules provided by School of Magistrates, ASPA and Academy of Armed Forces respectively. UNDP engaged 12 experienced CSOs  to cooperate with CRMs to: i) provide post-emergency rehabilitation and reintegration services to GB&DV survivors; and ii) engage community members in promoting gender equality and raise awareness on VAWG. 837 DV cases  are supported through integrated support specialized services.
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Score: 634820 - https://www.undp.org/albania/p...e-against-women-albania-evawia
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