Domestic violence has seen a rapid rise when the country has been together from a lockdown. The country has been under lockdown due to Corona for the last 6-7 months. So nowadays the family is living together the whole time. In such a situation, there are a lot of complaints of domestic violence and ill-treatment of women. Vodafone Idea’s app will help in this matter
Vodafone’s My Amber app
Vodafone’s My Amber app will help and guide women. It will be launched on Thursday with 31% of women experiencing physical, sexual or emotional violence by their husbands.
Telecom company Vodafone is planning to launch Idea My Amber mobile application. This application will help women in preventing domestic violence and giving information. This application will help and guide women. It will be launched on Thursday.
The development has been done to protect women
According to the information, Vodafone Idea is developing this application in terms of informative and preventive (ie information and prevention). The app will be launched on Thursday in collaboration with the NASSCOM Foundation and United Nation (UN). It will be attended by Ashok Pamidi, CEO of NASSCOM Foundation, Nishtha Satyam, Deputy Woman Representative of UN Women, Rashmi Singh, Director, Women and Child Development, Government of Delhi.
This app will give complete information
According to the information, the purpose of this app is to give complete information about the bad treatment and violence that happens to women in a reliable way. Based on this, women can decide in such situations. My Amber app will also provide education to women with help. This is so that on this basis women can understand the issues and support services or seek their help.
This will help protect against domestic violence
It will provide protection for women who are affected by such violence and seek help on their complaint without any unilateral decision. Let us know that there has been a rapid increase in domestic violence when the country has been together by the lockdown. The country has been under lockdown due to Corona for the last 6-7 months. So nowadays the family is living together the whole time. In such a situation, there are a lot of complaints of domestic violence and ill-treatment of women.
Some incidents around the world embarrassed India
Criticism is being criticized around the world for the settlement, women’s safeguards and handling of cases related to violence against women in India. The violence in Kathua case, Hyderabad case, Unnao case and Hathras case has once again exposed the safety of women in various states in the country, despite much uproar in the 2012 Delhi gang-rape case.
Women become victims of violence from the age of 15
The National Family Health Survey suggests that 30 percent of women in India in the 15–49 age group have suffered physical violence since the age of 15. The report further reveals that 6% of women in the same age group have experienced sexual violence at least once in their lifetime. About 31% of women have experienced physical, sexual, or emotional violence by their husbands. According to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCB) 2019, around ten Dalit women are raped every day.