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9% of Malaysian women who have ever been in a relationship experience domestic violence.
That’s over 800,000 women across Malaysia.
We see such violence as symptomic of a deeper problem: gender inequality.
Violence happens when women’s equal rights, worth, and dignity are not recognised.
Our mission is to end violence against women and promote gender equality in Malaysia.
In 1982, we set up Malaysia’s first domestic violence shelter, and today, we’re the largest service provider for domestic violence survivors in Malaysia.
We also raise awareness and change mindsets. Because to end violence against women, we need a society that respects women’s rights and dignity.
Learning from women’s lived experiences, we advocate to improve laws and policies, to create lasting change in our society.
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