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Ending Violence against Women and Children in Viet Nam

A multi-country study commissioned by UN Women, UNICEF and UNFPA explored existing examples of collaboration and integration of violence against children (VAC) and violence against women (VAW) policies, services and programmes, as well as challenges and future opportunities in the East Asia and Pacific region, with a focus on four countries – Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Viet Nam. This particular report focuses on the findings from Viet Nam.

VAC and VAW affect the lives and welfare of millions of people around the world. Many women and children in Cambodia suffer multiple types of violence. The multiple negative sequelae of this violence can be long-lasting throughout the lifespan and across generations as well as impacting individuals, relationships, communities and broader society.

See also:

1. July 2021 Regional Position Paper bringing together and building upon the four country studies

2. Accompanying statement by the Regional Directors of UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women: Together we can end violence against children and violence against women in East Asia and the Pacific