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More males seek information on domestic violence

FARISHA AHMED suva Fifty per cent of subscribers to mWomen are males said Vodafone Foundation’s executive, Ambalika Kutty. The programme was set up to raise awareness of and share information
27 Mar 2014 09:56

FARISHA AHMED
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Fifty per cent of subscribers to mWomen are males said Vodafone Foundation’s executive, Ambalika Kutty.
The programme was set up to raise awareness of and share information about rights and remedies available to victims of domestic violence and child abuse.
She said the total number of subscriptions they had as of March this year was 25,776 and fifty per cent were males.
“This indicates that men and women need information on domestic violence, sexual assault and rape and wish to learn issues pertaining to women and children,” Ms Kutty said. “We are going to do evaluation after a year to inquire if people are actually benefitting from the information given to them.”
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