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Gender Based Violence

“Sexual violence is a global pandemic that society has accepted as the new normal for women and girls worldwide. Standing up for her safety, will be your best investment! You may be the one who helps her survive past today.”

– Mechelle B Moore

Gender-based violence is the most prevalent human rights violation in the world! It knows no social, economic, or national boundaries. Worldwide, an estimated 1 in 3 women will experience physical or sexual abuse in their lifetime. Gender-based violence undermines the health, dignity, security, and autonomy of its victims, yet it remains shrouded in a culture of silence.


Gender-based violence can include sexual, physical, mental and economic harm inflicted in public or in private. It also includes threats of violence, coercion, and manipulation. This can take many forms such as, intimate partner violence, sexual violence, child marriage, female genital mutilation and so-called ‘honour crimes’. The consequences of gender-based violence are devastating and can have life-long repercussions for survivors. It can even lead to death. 

Reference: UNHCR. (2023). Gender-based Violence.; 
UNFPA. (2023). Gender-based violence. United Nations.

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Yes She Matters

Global Alms Incorporated provides a free front line service in Tak Province, Thailand through Yes She Matters. If you or someone you know has been a victim of gender based violence and need assistance, please call the

Yes She Matters Help Line +66 92 598 0405

or any of the numbers below for access to government services within Thailand.

Royal Thai Police


Reporting crimes | 24/7 Service (Thai Language only)



Immediate threat to life call the Ambulance Services from General Hospitals | 24/7 Service (Thai Language only)

Social Welfare & Human Security


Reporting cases of gender based violence & human trafficking to the Ministry of Social Welfare & Human Security | 24/7 Service (Thai Language only)

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