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Document Type
Analytical Studies
Publication Topic(s)
Domestic Violence, Gender
Country(s)
Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Moldova, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Haiti
Language
English
Recommended Citation
Hindin, Michelle J., Sunita Kishor, and Donna L. Ansara. 2008. Intimate Partner Violence Among Couples in 10 DHS Countries: Predictors and Health Outcomes. DHS Analytical Studies No. 18. Calverton, Maryland, USA: Macro International
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Publication ID
AS18

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Abstract:

The goals of this study are threefold:(1) To report the prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV) among currently married or cohabiting women in 10 developing countries.(2) To identify key characteristics in each country, including couple characteristics, associated with experiencing physical or sexual IPV. (3) To describe the association between women’s experience of IPV and selected reproductive, nutritional, and child health outcomes.