Many countries look to Bangladesh, whose rates of attack have been decreasing, as a model, following their lead in many legislative reforms.
Many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have been formed in the areas with the highest occurrence of acid attacks to combat such attacks.
These dependencies are increased by the fact that many acid survivors are not able to find suitable work, due to impaired vision and physical handicap.
Bangladesh has its Acid Survivors Foundation, which offers acid victims legal, medical, counseling, and monetary assistance in rebuilding their lives.
NGOs provide rehabilitation services for survivors while acting as advocates for social reform, hoping to increase support and awareness for acid assault.
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The severity of the damage depends on the concentration of the acid and the time before the acid is thoroughly washed off with water or neutralized with a neutralizing agent.Additionally, the women reported lowered self-esteem according to the Rosenberg scale and increased self-consciousness, both in general and in the social sphere.In some countries such as Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait, acid attack victims are psychologically persecuted after the acid attack.As a result, divorce rates are high, with abandonment by husbands found in 25 percent of acid assault cases in Uganda (compared to only 3 percent of wives abandoning their disfigured husbands).Research has prompted many solutions to the increasing incidence of acid attacks in the world.According to the Acid Survivors Foundation in Pakistan, there is a high survival rate amongst victims of acid attacks.