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  • 1. ASMAA BT CHE MOHD ROSLI (25934)SOBIRATUL ADDAWIYAH BT ISMAIL (28362) NUR IZZAH IZZATI BT AHMAD (27658)IZYAN AFIQAH BT SAIFUL ALYAZAN (26474) SITI NOR SHAKINAH BT IBRAHIM (28286)
  • 2. • Women and children are often in great danger in the place where they should be safest: within their families.• For many, ‘home’ is where they face a regime of terror and violence at the hands of somebody close to them – somebody they should be able to trust.• Those victimized suffer physically and psychologically. They are unable to make their own decisions, voice their own opinions or protect themselves and their children for fear of further repercussions.• The term ‘domestic’ includes violence by an intimate partner and by other family members, wherever this violence takes place and in whatever form.
  • 3. Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/orTWO TYPE OF DOMESTIC other abusive VIOLENCE behavior perpetrated by an intimate partner against another.
  • 4. The improper usage or treatment for a bad purpose to women either intension or without intension Child abuse is the physical, sexual oremotional mistreatment or neglect of a child or children
  • 5. IPOH, Sept 5 ― A 19-year-old pregnant woman has taken todivulging the alleged physical abuses she suffered under thehands of her husband in Malaysia on social media, spawning a huge outcry among those who saw her posts and making headlines in the mainstream media. 1 Dec, Saturday-A woman, who was beaten up by her abusive husband nearly every day for 17 years, finally left him after his latest attack landed her in hospital for two days.
  • 6. Types of abuse Emotional Physical abuse abuseUsing physical force verbal and non-verbal to injure @ kill the action person Sexual abuse To force unwanted of having sex
  • 7. 1 Anger2 alcoholic3 Jealousy
  • 8. Drug4 addicted Previous5 experience6 Depression
  • 9. 7 Relationship failure Economic8 hardship Lack of9 knowledge
  • 10. SIGN OF ABUSE
  • 11. SIGN OF ABUSE SIGN OF ABUSEPSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE: •Injuries that are the shape of objects •Present of several injuries of a variety of ages •Injuries that have not received medical attention •Skin infections •Unexplained weight changes
  • 12. SIGN OF ABUSE SIGN OF ABUSESEXUAL ABUSE •Sexually transmitted diseases or pregnancy •Tears or bruises in genital/anal areas •Soreness when sitting •Sexualised behaviour
  • 13. SIGN OF ABUSE SIGN OF ABUSENEGLECT •Malnutrition •Rapid or continuous weight loss •Inadequate or inappropriate clothing •Untreated medical problems •Dirty clothing/bedding •Lack of personal care
  • 14. SIGNS OF THE ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP
  • 15. SIGNS OF THE ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPYOUR OWN FEELING feel afraid of your partner much of the time avoid certain topics – make your partner angry feel useless believe that you deserve to be hurt or mistreated
  • 16. SIGNS OF THEABUSIVE SIGNS OF THE ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP RELATIONSHIPYOUR PARTNER’S BELITTLING BEHAVIOR humiliate or yell at you criticize you and put you down ignore or put down your opinions or accomplishments blame you for their own abusive behavior see you as property or a sex object, rather than as a person
  • 17. SIGNS OF THEABUSIVE SIGNS OF THE ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP RELATIONSHIPYOUR PARTNER’S VIOLENT BEHAVIOR OR THREATS : •have a bad and unpredictable temper •hurt you, or threaten to hurt or kill you •threaten to take your children away or harm them •threaten to commit suicide if you leave •force you to have sex •destroy your belongings
  • 18. SIGNS OF THEABUSIVE SIGNS OF THE ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP RELATIONSHIPYOUR PARTNER’S CONTROLLING BEHAVIOR •act excessively jealous and possessive •control where you go or what you do •keep you from seeing your friends or family •limit your access to money, the phone, or the car
  • 19. EFFECTS OF CHILD ABUSE• PHYSICAL EFFECTS• PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS• BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS
  • 20. PHYSICAL EFFECTS• physical injuries such as – bruises – broken bones – death – emotional scars
  • 21. PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS• abuse can lead to lasting or recurring health problems, such as shaken baby syndrome or impaired brain development.• abused babies and toddlers are especially vulnerable to injuries to important regions of the brain that are still developing, causing long-term problems with language and academic abilities.• adults who experience abuse or neglect during childhood are more likely to suffer from physical ailments such as arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, high blood pressure and ulcers.
  • 22. PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS feel untrusting fearfulisolatedlow self- relationship depression difficulties esteem panic dissociative disorder disorder
  • 23. • criminal behavior as a juvenile• teen pregnancy• teen drug use
  • 24. EFFECT OF WOMAN ABUSE• Physical health effects• Sexual health effects• Psychological effects• Psychiatric effects
  • 25. Physical health effects• Physical health effects include broken bones, bruises, burns, cuts, stabs and firearm wounds, bites, concussions, skull fractures, perforated eardrums, detached retina, injuries to the voice box, chipped or lost teeth, hair loss, chronic neck, back or other musculoskeletal pain, chronic headache, hypertension, palpitations,
  • 26. • Pregnant women who are abused experience direct and indirect impacts, which can result in serious complications for the mother, fetus and, later, infant
  • 27. Sexual health effects• Sexual health effects include sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV, chronic pelvic, genital or uterine pain, chronic vaginal or urinary infection, bruising or tearing of the vagina or anus, frequent pregnancy (when unwanted or contraindicated) and sexually addictive behaviour.
  • 28. Psychological effects• Psychological effects include low self-esteem, self-abuse, difficulty with relationships, acute anxiety, frequent crying, unusual or fear responses, uncontrolled or rapid anger responses, chronic stress, phobias, flashbacks, insomnia, sleep disturbances, nightmares, memory loss, loss of concentration.
  • 29. Psychiatric effects• Psychiatric effects include depression, suicidal thoughts, dissociation, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, eating disorders, adjustment disorder with depressed mood, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
  • 30. BUILDING SOLUTIONS TOPREVENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
  • 31. Empowering women by working to secure their physical safety, emotional well-being, individual freedom and economic equality.I want my daughter andgranddaughters to live without fear. Iwant all women to thrive, not justsurvive.I’m Part of the Solution.”
  • 32. Responsibilities to Report...  
  • 33. DO YOU WILLING TO HELP THEM ?
  • 34. HOW TO CONTACT ?
  • 35. I know that violence never equals strength. That real men dont use their power to rape or hurt - physically or emotionally. That I am a role model and respect and honor the women in my life. Im Part of the SolutionBe Part of the Solution to End Violence AgainstWomen and Child. Act Now.
  • 36. CONCLUSION
  • 37. CONCLUSION• The Malaysia government should establish more the Protection Center.• Provide the counseling session for the abuse victim- to overcome their trauma.• Parent should monitor their child behavior toward others.• Parent also should show the good example to their children.• The public also should play their role – report any abusive activity.• The women also have to be more careful- do not easily trust the person that you just meet.• Teach our children about the negative effect of violent.
  • 38. Q&A