Did you know that in 2020, 121 people lost their lives due to the consequences of domestic violence?

If the figures are accurate, the 2020 statistics reveal a disturbing aspect of society: 121 people lost their lives due to the consequences of domestic violence. Behind these numbers are tragic stories of victims suffering from the impact of physical, emotional, or psychological violence within their own households.

Domestic violence is a complex and often underreported social issue, where factors such as fear, shame, and dependence on the perpetrator make it difficult for victims to seek help. These figures emphasize the urgent need for awareness, prevention, and supportive measures to protect victims and break the cycle of violence.

It is crucial for societies to be aware of the severity of domestic violence and commit to creating safe environments where victims have the support and resources to protect themselves and lead a life free from violence. Detecting and addressing the root causes of domestic violence requires a collective effort from individuals, communities, and policymakers to put an end to this devastating form of abuse.

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