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Exploring Recovery-Seeking Practices and Voicing Trajectory: A Comprehensive StudyAmong Sub-Saharan Africa Female University Students Who Have Experienced IntimatePartner Violence

Female university students in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) experience high levels of gender-based violence, including intimate partner violence (IPV). Despite the negative consequences of IPV on health and educational performance, there is a dearth of research focused on promoting recovery after IPV among SSA university students. This study aims to better understand recovery-seeking practices and voicing trajectory of female students at two universities in SSA. The findings of this study will identify ways in which SSA female university students are using their voice and partaking in their own recovery, serving as a foundation for developing culturally and contextually appropriate interventions

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