Saahas is a one-stop-spot for all kinds of assistance and support that a survivor of gender-based violence may seek.
The map comprises markers in eleven categories:
legal help, medical help, resources, education and employment, consulates, refugee support centres, police helplines, child support, lgbtqia support, campus helplines and ambulance helplines.
Our Libraries offer comprehensive information on Gender-Based Violence, tips on how to handle gender-based violence when faced with it, and templates for safety plans. In addition, it also has a list-based directory of country-wise support for survivors. You may click on the country of your choice, and copy down / save screenshots of all the listings for future offline use, as well. We have a section for survivors on concepts of safety planning and how to respond to gender-based violence among other things, a section for bystanders on such things as how to intervene and prepare to intervene in a situation where GBV operates / occurs, a legal library which talks about basic rights and laws around the world among other similar aspects, a medical library which offers information on forensic medical evidence and seeking medical help.
Saahas is available in six languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish, and Russian.
Saahas provides general information that is intended, but not guaranteed, to be correct and up-to-date. The information is not presented as a source of legal advice. You should not rely, for legal advice, on statements or representations made within the website or by any externally referenced Internet sites. If you need legal advice upon which you intend to rely in the course of your legal affairs, consult a competent, independent attorney. Saahas does not assume any responsibility for actions or non-actions taken by people who have visited this site, and no one shall be entitled to a claim for detrimental reliance on any information provided or expressed.
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