MoWA Tracking Gender-based Violence Online

Ministry of Women's Affairs has formulated special working group to track gender-based violence online.

The notification was shared recently on the ministry's Facebook page underlining that the new mechanism will further facilitate timely interventions on all forms of violence spotted on social media, particularly Facebook.

To ensure effective functioning of the established online working group, the ministry encouraged the public to report cases of gender-based violence to its Facebook page.

As soon as they receive the reported case, added the ministry, the working group will collaborate with competent local authorities in order to address it.

Along with the written notification, the Ministry of Women's Affairs also attached a list of key contact officials at all capital and provinces across Cambodia for the public's information and reference.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press

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