Every 3rd Woman In India
Has Suffered From Some
Sort Of Violence
At Home.

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Violence Against Women

Give the basic
human right to live
in freedom and safety!

Violence against women is a violation of the basic human right to live in freedom and safety. Most victims of harassment and violence are not even aware of their rights, and hence cannot take steps to ensure that they are enforced. The well-being of women is a public concern and VSupport aims to address this pressing issue.

National Family Health Survey

Every Third Woman in India Has
Suffered From Violence at Home

According to the National Family Health Survey-4, every third woman in India between the ages of 15 to 49 years has suffered from some sort of violence at home. 27% of women had experienced physical violence from the age of 15, and 31% of married women experienced spousal violence – physical, sexual or emotional. The most common type of spousal violence was physical violence (27% of cases), and emotional violence (13%). Only 14% of women who had experienced physical or sexual violence by anyone sought help to stop it.

Our Belief

Every human has the right to live a life free of violence and any kind of abuse. As part of society, each person has the duty to not only recognize this right, but also defend it for themselves and for those around them. Domestic violence is a result of the abuse of power, control, and strength of the male members, and finds historic root in the inherent inequality of genders in our society and country. We believe that we can change this mindset and everyone can make a significant contribution to bring about a transformation.

Aim to Wipe Out Violence against Women

Violence in any form against women is a gross violation of the basic human right of safety and freedom from abuse. VSupport is dedicated to the well-being of women and consistently strives to address this raging issue of violence against women.
In most cases, the victims of such violence and harassment do not complain out of fear, but also more importantly because they lack awareness of their rights. They remain unaware of the laws that seek to protect them. Additionally, women in rural areas do not have access to or are not allowed access to legal aid, help from a counselor, and other support systems. Financial constraints and social stigma are two other reasons due to which women suffer in silence.



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