Climate change worsening gender-based violence

21st September 2022


Climate change is worsening gender-based violence and mental-health problems for vulnerable women in Malawi, a study by the Glasgow Caledonian University has found.

Researchers found evidence that climate change is making gender-based violence and mental-health problems worse for the most vulnerable women in Malawi.Surveying 213 women, the researchers found that

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