Empowering daughters-in-law & mothers-in-law to mitigate gender based violence and promote women’s health in India


This is a randomized controlled study of a behavioral intervention targeted at reducing domestic violence against young married women during pregnancy, living in Bangalore. Our qualitative research informed us that women were better able to cope with domestic violence if they had a supportive mother-in-law, thus forming the basis for the intervention. The primary aim of the study was to assess the feasibility and safety of intervention by monitoring and assessments of recruitment, adherence to study visits, retention and incidence of adverse events. The secondary aims included the potential effectiveness of the intervention by examining the effectiveness of intervention on empowerment of daughters-in-law and mothers-in-law and health outcomes (perceived quality of life, maternal and infant health, psychosocial status) among daughters-in-law.

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