Key Findings in September

Eighty-nine percent of respondents across 14 priority affected districts say there is no problem with violence in their community. This is a three-percentage point improvement over the July 2017 survey in which 86 percent of respondents said there was no problem.

Though still a low percentage, at nine percent, Dalit respondents were the most likely to feel that there was a problem with violence within their communities. Interestingly, by district, only eight districts of 14 had any respondents report a problem with violence in their communities.  Among them the highest was Ramechhap at 22 percent.

What are people saying?

If there is a violence where do you go to seek help?

87 %

seek help in police station

44 %

seek help from community leader

28 %

seek help from women's group