Is Violence Against Women Preventable?: Findings from the SASA! Study Summarized for General Audiences

Publish Year : 2015
Publisher : Raising Voices, LSHTM and CEDOVIP
Author Name : Abramsky T., Faris D., Namy S., and Michau L.
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Description :

The SASA! intervention used a comprehensive approach to address intimate partner violence and HIV prevention. This report shares its impacts by comparing two groups - communities that received SASA! programming and those that did not. 

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