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It knows no social, economic or national boundaries.
To respond to these needs, in 2013 UNFPA and UN Women initiated the Joint Global Programme on Essential Services for Women and Girls Subject to Violence.
Additionally, most women – even in remote areas – are likely to seek family planning or maternal health services at least once in their lifetimes, making health care a critical entry point for violence-related information and assistance.
UNFPA-supported health programmes provide information about women’s and girls’ rights, including their right to live free of abuse.
UNFPA is one of the UN's lead agencies working to further gender equality and women’s empowerment, and to address the physical and emotional consequences of gender-based violence.
UNFPA’s programmes offer psychosocial assistance, medical treatment and rape kits to survivors, and promote the right of all women and girls to live free of violence and abuse.
In some regions, they are 50 per cent more likely to acquire HIV, according to a 2013 report from UNAIDS.