CHILD PROTECTION
Support for victims of gender based violence including sexual violence, and child marriages
5 questions polled on this topic
19% response rate
9,945 responded out of 51,737 polled
Dec 13. 2016
If you or someone you care for ever become victim of gender based violence including sexual violence, and child marriages, do you know where to seek support?
Dec 13. 2016
Where would you go to get help?
Dec 13. 2016
Where did you learn this?
Dec 13. 2016
Others - where to go for support?
Dec 13. 2016
Other - where did you learn this?

POLL RESULTS

DEC 13. 2016
If you or someone you care for ever become victim of gender based violence including sexual violence, and child marriages, do you know where to seek support?
9,945 responded out of 51,737 polled
Female
52%
No
 
No
48%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
49%
No
 
No
51%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
36%
no
 
no
64%
yes
 
yes

15-19
53%
no
 
no
47%
yes
 
yes

20-24
53%
no
 
no
47%
yes
 
yes

25-30
47%
no
 
no
53%
yes
 
yes

31-34
50%
no
 
no
50%
yes
 
yes

35+
47%
no
 
no
53%
yes
 
yes
51%
No
 
No
49%
Yes
 
Yes
DEC 13. 2016
Where would you go to get help?
4,247 responded out of 4,870 polled
Female
30%
All the above
 
All the above
14%
Call Childline 116 tollfree
 
Call Childline 116 tollfree
7%
Seek help from a community child car
 
Seek help from a community child car
36%
Report to Victim Friendly Unit of th
 
Report to Victim Friendly Unit of th
13%
Health centre with victim friendly c
 
Health centre with victim friendly c

Male
26%
All the above
 
All the above
11%
Call Childline 116 tollfree
 
Call Childline 116 tollfree
6%
Seek help from a community child car
 
Seek help from a community child car
46%
Report to Victim Friendly Unit of th
 
Report to Victim Friendly Unit of th
11%
Health centre with victim friendly c
 
Health centre with victim friendly c
0-14
14%
all the above
 
all the above
14%
call childline 116 tollfree
 
call childline 116 tollfree
14%
seek help from a community child car
 
seek help from a community child car
43%
report to victim friendly unit of th
 
report to victim friendly unit of th
14%
health centre with victim friendly c
 
health centre with victim friendly c

15-19
23%
all the above
 
all the above
19%
call childline 116 tollfree
 
call childline 116 tollfree
9%
seek help from a community child car
 
seek help from a community child car
38%
report to victim friendly unit of th
 
report to victim friendly unit of th
12%
health centre with victim friendly c
 
health centre with victim friendly c

20-24
27%
all the above
 
all the above
13%
call childline 116 tollfree
 
call childline 116 tollfree
5%
seek help from a community child car
 
seek help from a community child car
39%
report to victim friendly unit of th
 
report to victim friendly unit of th
15%
health centre with victim friendly c
 
health centre with victim friendly c

25-30
31%
all the above
 
all the above
8%
call childline 116 tollfree
 
call childline 116 tollfree
6%
seek help from a community child car
 
seek help from a community child car
44%
report to victim friendly unit of th
 
report to victim friendly unit of th
11%
health centre with victim friendly c
 
health centre with victim friendly c

31-34
32%
all the above
 
all the above
12%
call childline 116 tollfree
 
call childline 116 tollfree
4%
seek help from a community child car
 
seek help from a community child car
41%
report to victim friendly unit of th
 
report to victim friendly unit of th
11%
health centre with victim friendly c
 
health centre with victim friendly c

35+
26%
all the above
 
all the above
11%
call childline 116 tollfree
 
call childline 116 tollfree
5%
seek help from a community child car
 
seek help from a community child car
47%
report to victim friendly unit of th
 
report to victim friendly unit of th
11%
health centre with victim friendly c
 
health centre with victim friendly c
28%
All the above
 
All the above
12%
Call Childline 116 tollfree
 
Call Childline 116 tollfree
6%
Seek help from a community child car
 
Seek help from a community child car
41%
Report to Victim Friendly Unit of th
 
Report to Victim Friendly Unit of th
12%
Health centre with victim friendly c
 
Health centre with victim friendly c
DEC 13. 2016
Where did you learn this?
3,686 responded out of 4,319 polled
Female
37%
School
 
School
11%
Community leaders
 
Community leaders
4%
Family
 
Family
5%
Friends
 
Friends
2%
Newspaper
 
Newspaper
24%
Radio/TV
 
Radio/TV
16%
Social media
 
Social media

Male
24%
School
 
School
10%
Community leaders
 
Community leaders
3%
Family
 
Family
4%
Friends
 
Friends
5%
Newspaper
 
Newspaper
34%
Radio/TV
 
Radio/TV
19%
Social media
 
Social media
0-14
40%
school
 
school
20%
community leaders
 
community leaders
20%
family
 
family
0%
friends
 
friends
0%
newspaper
 
newspaper
20%
radio/tv
 
radio/tv
0%
social media
 
social media

15-19
48%
school
 
school
7%
community leaders
 
community leaders
5%
family
 
family
5%
friends
 
friends
3%
newspaper
 
newspaper
24%
radio/tv
 
radio/tv
9%
social media
 
social media

20-24
43%
school
 
school
7%
community leaders
 
community leaders
4%
family
 
family
5%
friends
 
friends
3%
newspaper
 
newspaper
22%
radio/tv
 
radio/tv
17%
social media
 
social media

25-30
26%
school
 
school
9%
community leaders
 
community leaders
4%
family
 
family
5%
friends
 
friends
4%
newspaper
 
newspaper
31%
radio/tv
 
radio/tv
21%
social media
 
social media

31-34
13%
school
 
school
13%
community leaders
 
community leaders
2%
family
 
family
3%
friends
 
friends
4%
newspaper
 
newspaper
45%
radio/tv
 
radio/tv
18%
social media
 
social media

35+
11%
school
 
school
14%
community leaders
 
community leaders
2%
family
 
family
5%
friends
 
friends
7%
newspaper
 
newspaper
39%
radio/tv
 
radio/tv
24%
social media
 
social media
30%
School
 
School
10%
Community leaders
 
Community leaders
3%
Family
 
Family
5%
Friends
 
Friends
4%
Newspaper
 
Newspaper
30%
Radio/TV
 
Radio/TV
18%
Social media
 
Social media
DEC 13. 2016
Others - where to go for support?
72 responded out of 95 polled
police
health
call
go
musasa
care
child
community
help
must
project
rights
station
yes
116
116tollfree
911
adult
affairs
association
case
ccws
centre
childline
clinics
combined
comitte
comunity
counselling
dont
familly
feather
first
form
friendly
get
hands
hard
home
human
imba
imbeveve
lawyers
left
legal
like
line
local
manner
master
DEC 13. 2016
Other - where did you learn this?
407 responded out of 442 polled
work
workshops
police
youth
child
health
social
community
awareness
gender
campaigns
friendly
ngo
workshop
junior
women
based
ngos
care
peer
zimbabwe
centre
ministry
victim
welfare
gbv
information
saywhat
school
support
affairs
line
organisation
organization
organizations
training
trust
violence
held
sexual
council
family
help
international
learnt
like
national
non
parliament
plan

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