I'm a friendly chatbot on Facebook Messenger, here to make it easier to talk about violence against women. Together, we can learn how to spot signs of abuse, or I can aslo help you find help in your area.
In Pakistan, domestic violence takes place in up to 80% of all households, with 53% of teenage girls believing that domestic violence is justified.
Please note: Faiza is not an emergency service.
Faiza asks you some quick questions to localize your content. All content is available in English, Urdu, and Urdu audio.
With Faiza, you can take a look at how to spot different types of abuse, information about the legal system, and building safety plans.
We’ll connect you with help in your area, including legal support, hotlines, and shelters.
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