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In 2019, the Government of Mozambique launched the Violence Against Children and Youth Survey (VACS), led by CDC as part of the Together for Girls partnership. The VACS measure multiple forms of violence against children and adolescents: sexual, physical, and emotional, and they provide important data on risk factors, protective factors, and consequences of violence.

 

On May 7, 2021, Mozambique launched the Priority Indicator Report (PIR) from the VACS, the first survey of this type conducted in the country. The PIR provides key data on the prevalence of violence among children ages 13 to 24.

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For an overview of the data from the VACS, view the Mozambique Priority Indicator Report (PIR).

 

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Key highlights include:

 

14% of girls experienced sexual violence in childhood. 

 

24% of girls experienced physical violence in childhood.

 

 

For 4% of girls, the first experience of sexual intercourse is physically forced or coerced/pressured

 

8% of boys experienced sexual violence in childhood. 

 

34% of boys experienced physical violence in childhood. 

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