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Erweiterte Suche. Springer Medizin. Zurück zum Suchergebnis. Wichtige Hinweise. Abstract Background Gender-based violence is a public health issue. The prevalence of gender-based violence is high in Sub-Saharan Africa. Therefore, this study aims to produce an overall summary estimate on the prevalence of gender-based violence according to different types and its risk factors among female youths in educational institutions of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Three reviewers independently extracted the data and assessed the quality of studies using the Loney guidelines. Meta-regression analyses were done to identify factors associated with GBV estimates. Results A total of articles were produced from different databases, and a final 24 articles were included in the review. The overall prevalence of gender-based violence ranged from The lifetime prevalence of sexual violence ranged from 4. The review showed that gender-based violence was significantly associated with place of residence, witnessing parental violence, substance abuse, marital status, and educational status.
Conclusions The overall prevalence of overall gender-based violence, sexual, physical, and emotional violence was high in Sub-Saharan Africa.
However, the results should be interpreted with caution because of high between studies heterogeneity. Evidence from the review part revealed GBV was significantly associated with place of residence, witnessing parental violence, substance abuse, marital status, and educational status. The Sub-Saharan African countries should develop a comprehensive educational institution-based prevention strategy and effective interventions to mitigate gender-based violence and to specifically achieve the SDG 5.
Additional file 1: Searching strategy. Additional file 2: Quality assessment. Additional file 3: Description of studies included in the review. Violence against women. Zurück zum Zitat Sanjel S.