Study by the National Council for Women in Egypt confirms that 47% of married women are subjected to violence
The branch of the National Council for Women in Alexandria, the work of a research study entitled "forms of violence against women and its consequences", where the study confirmed that violence against women is diverse and widespread in Egypt, also saw a lot of international researchers and Egyptians alike.
The study showed that there are a variety of forms of violence against women, including physical violence, sexual, psychological, economic, pointing out, that sometimes what starts violence against women with early beginnings of life, and continues to childhood, and during the marriage, and when progress in Age.
The study showed that violence produces results also psychological and behavioral, such as strikes after trauma, depression, fears and phobia, stress myself, smoking, alcohol, drugs, overeating, and drew the study, the effects of violence psychological, and that is to carry non- desirable, gynecological disorders, unsafe abortions, complications during pregnancy, abortion unintentional.
The study found that violence leads to female infanticide, suicide, maternal mortality, death associated with AIDS, and divided the study of violence to against women according to stages of life, in the stage of pre-natal comes form of violence in the abortion based on preference for male, female infanticide, in health care, nutrition .
In childhood study pointed out, that the violence comes in the form of violation of the girl child, including poor nutrition, and female genital mutilation, and sexual abuse of children and violence against girls in schools, child marriage, sexual Oalatjar, child labor.
And sexual violence, noting the study, that includes rape, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, and includes violence by their husbands