Violence against children: Impact of parenting and community-based programs in LMICs

This evidence review examines the effectiveness of parenting and community-based programs in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) aimed at reducing violence against children. The study synthesizes data from various interventions to understand the impact on reducing physical, emotional, and sexual violence within homes and communities. Key findings reveal that while certain parenting programs show substantial reductions in violence, community-based interventions yield varied results, emphasizing the need for tailored approaches that consider local cultural and social dynamics.

Type of review
Evidence review