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Violence and Injury Prevention

Violence prevention

66顺彩票appGlobally, some 470 000 homicides occur each year and millions of people suffer violence-related injuries. Beyond death and injury, exposure to violence can increase the risk of smoking, alcohol and drug abuse; mental illness and suicidality; chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes and cancer; infectious diseases such as HIV, and social problems such as crime and further violence. Yet, violence can be prevented. Interventions to address violence are delivered as part of a four-step public health approach that includes (1) defining the problem; (2) identifying causes and risk factors; (3) designing and testing interventions, and (4) increasing the scale of effective interventions.


WHO Violence Prevention Unit - What do we do?

66顺彩票appWith a focus on interpersonal violence - child maltreatment, youth violence, intimate partner violence, sexual violence and elder abuse - our objectives are to:

  • Raise awareness of the prevalence, causes and consequences of the different types of violence
  • Identify, synthesize and disseminate evidence on what works to reduce violence
  • Expand the global evidence base to cover more low- and middle-income countries
  • Advocate for increased political support for and financial investment in violence prevention
  • Provide guidance and technical support to countries to develop evidence-based prevention and response capacity
  • Develop tools and training packages to strengthen prevention and response efforts
  • Support measurement of indicators for the violence-related targets in the Sustainable Development Goals

Violence prevention topics

Publications and resources

Campaigns and partnerships

Upcoming events

SVRI Forum 2019

Cape Town, South Africa
21-24 October 2019

Violence Prevention in WHO Regions

Contact us

Ms. Laura Sminkey
Communications Officer
sminkeyl@who.int
Tel.: +41 22 791 45 47
Mob.: +41 79 249 35 20

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