SOS applications for the safety of women in Ukraine and abroad

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SOS applications for the safety of women in Ukraine and abroad

SOS applications for the safety of women in Ukraine and abroad

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Ukraine has launched a mobile application to call the police in case of domestic violence against women. Users of the application can call the police with the SOS button without having to call 102. The application will automatically locate the victim using geolocation.


The app is designed to be invisible to the offender, allowing the victim to install and use the app on her smartphone without fear. Its external interface is disguised as a regular application, and the button to call the police and other information can only be found in a hidden interface, which only the owner of the smartphone has access to.


The mobile application was created in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund and with the financial support of the UK government. You can download it from both Google Play and the App Store. The name of the application has not been disclosed for security purposes.

For more information about the name and installation, please call the hotline 116-123.


Applications for Security Abroad


SafeUp is an application developed in Israel, but it also works on the territory of different countries, including Ukraine. Through this application, a woman can inform a trusted person that she is in danger. If necessary, you can call the police using the application.


bSafe is a mobile application that allows you to create a network of trusted contacts. With the application, you will be able to report your location, that you need help or are in danger.


The Life360 application also operates on the principle of distribution of geolocation. It allows you to create a private contact group that will have access to your online location.


Women Safety is an app that allows you to let your loved ones know you're safe and also has an emergency notification button.


UrSafe is an application integrated with 911 and can be used in over 200 countries to contact emergency services.


Sister is a Spanish women's safety program. It also allows you to create a list of trusted contacts who can receive information about you, and, if necessary, call emergency services.