Infographic about Sexual Violence Prevention
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Stop sexual violence before it starts.
About 1 in 5 women have experienced rape or attempted rape in their lifetime. About 1 in 15 men have been made to penetrate someone else during their lifetime.
Stopping sexual violence before it happens is a CDC priority. It can be prevented.
CDC has developed a technical package to help states and communities use the best available evidence to prevent sexual violence.
Stop sexual violence:
- Promote social norms that protect against violence
- Teach skills to prevent sexual violence
- Provide opportunities to empower and support girls and women
- Support victims/survivors to lessen harms
- Create protective environments
It is important to monitor and evaluate your efforts while the field of violence prevention continues to evolve.
Be a part of the solution. www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention
Your prevention efforts may involve developing new partnerships or working across sectors. Including: Education, Government, Health Care Services, Social Services, Public Health, Businesses, Justice, Housing, Non-Governmental Organizations, Foundations
Together we can stop sexual violence. Act now! Use CDC’s technical package to begin or expand your prevention efforts.
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