||REGION|PREVALENCE OF NON-PARTNER VIOLENCE|PREVALENCE OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE
||This data describes the prevalence (i.e. frequency) of violence against women, measured in percentages and estimated from various sources of primary data using a regression function at 95% confidence interval.? It divides prevalence into violence by an intimate partner and by a non-partner.? This data is given for women from the different Global Burden of Disease (GBD) regions, as classified by the 2010 World Health Organization study.
||Combine with population data to generate an overall prevalence for the whole world
Correlation with various information about each region, such as:
- cultural features, especially with respect to women
- birth, infant mortality, death rates of women
- overall crime rates
- governance and laws
- economic data
||To show that violence against women is prevalent in the world (combination with population data)
To find possible causes, aggravating factors, or adverse effects of violence against women (from the correlations) - cost estimates from lost lives and healthcare may even be calculated as adverse effects
||The factors identified in analyses could help public policy, social campaigns, and education in targeting sectors that will reduce violence against women as much as possible.