Addressing Intimate Partner Violence in South Asia
This report seeks to understand how best to design responsive intimate partner violence interventions by examining relevant programs that were or are being implemented in South Asia. These interventions have all been evaluated to some extent and offer rich learning for future interventions.
The report is published by the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW). ICRW is a global research institute, with headquarters in Washington D.C., United States and regional offices in New Delhi, India and Kampala, Uganda. Established in 1976, ICRW conducts research to identify practical, actionable solutions to advance the economic and social status of women and girls around the world. ICRW’s Asia Regional Office (ICRW-ARO) works on a range of issues and barriers that prevent women and men as well as girls and boys from being economically stable and impede their participation in society, such as inadequate access to education and livelihoods, adolescent health, gender-based violence (GBV), notions of masculinity and gender inequitable attitudes, HIV, and violence against women and girls (VAWG).