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Jakarta

The world’s most dangerous cities for women 2017

City summary

Jakarta was ranked as the ninth worst megacity for women. The Indonesian capital, with an estimated population of 10.5 million, was named as fourth worst when it came to harmful cultural practices such as female genital mutilation and forced marriages. The city came seventh best for women to have access to economic resources such as education, land, and financial services such as bank accounts and loans.

Polling results

How jakarta scored from 1 (worst) to 19 (best) for each question.

  • 07

    Sexual ViolenceWomen can live in this city without facing the risk of sexual violence including rape or sexual attacks and harassment

    (81.4)
  • 11

    Access to HealthcareWomen have good access to healthcare including control over reproductive health and maternal mortality

    (62.7)
  • 04

    Cultural PracticesWomen are well protected from potentially harmful cultural practices including female genital mutilation, child, early or forced marriage, female infanticide

    (70.7)
  • 13

    Economic OpportunitiesWomen have access to economic resources such as education, ownership of land or other forms of property, and financial services such as bank accounts

    (46.7)

Questions we asked

Click a question below see the polling results from 1 (worst) to 19 (best).