According to bank documents, the Combating Domestic Violence Against Women and Children Project aims to strengthen the quality of and access to prevention and multi-disciplinary response to domestic violence through: (i) establishment of shelters in three aimags and two districts; (ii) institutional capacity development; (iii) improved prevention and reporting; and (iv) economic empowerment program for survivor women.1 The project has strong pro-poor, socially inclusive and gender- sensitive features. The project will directly benefit 2,132 persons, including 600 women domestic violence survivors and 130 persons with disabilities (PWDs) in three aimags and two districts, while indirectly benefitting a total of 605,922 persons, of whom women constitute 306,308.
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