Geospatial dashboard on Intimate Partner Violence

Reliable and comparable data on violence against women is essential for prevention and response efforts. UNFPA's first geospatial dashboard on Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) features national data for 119 countries, sub-national data, and disaggregated data on IPV by age, place of residence, employment, education, and household wealth.

SDG Indicator 5.2.1 Intimate Partner Violence

Intimate Partner Violence National Level (%)
<3 3-12 12-22 22-33 >33

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