Economic & social Costs Of VAWG, Pakistan Summary Report April 2019
This report summarises the key
findings of the What Works to
Prevent Violence: Economic and
Social Costs project relating to
Pakistan. It provides an overview
of the social and economic costs
of violence against women and
girls (VAWG) to individuals and
households, businesses and
communities, and the national
economy and society. Findings
show the heavy drag that VAWG
imposes on economic productivity
and wellbeing, and the need to
invest urgently in scaling up efforts
to prevent violence.
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