RA 9292, or Republic Act No. 9292, Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004, is a law covering wide range of areas in relation to violence experienced by women and their, as performed by their partner. By using this act, I can support or help people by first disseminating the information about this law to other women who are currently in a relationship or married. By simply disseminating the right information, we can all together protect ourselves from such abuse and if ever such abuse happens, we would know what proper measures to take in terms of protecting our rights. Under this republic act, the first important thing to take note is what area does it cover. Of course, when women is currently in a relationship and such abuse happened, she is covered under this act. Additionally her child/children was abused by her partner, whether they are legitimate/illegitimate child, they are also covered by this provision. However, if the perpetuator is not her partner (e.g., a schoolteacher), other law is otherwise applicable for this. Another area that women should be mindful is it coverage in terms of economic abuse, or her partner’s act of forcing her not to take a profession, withholding economic resources such as finances, and the likes. I believe that this two things are the most important to be remembered in terms of this law. In terms of spreading awareness, simply talking to some other women through simple conversation, using different social media platforms, and joining local, national, or even international seminars would suffice. This simple act would make a big difference if us, women, know such law is currently existing to protect us and their child. For instance, by just posting a simple poster containing awareness of marital abuse and the information about this republic act through the use of parsimonious dialogue would be easily comprehended by women especially in those areas that this post might reach. One concrete example where this republic act is applicable is when a child, currently 9 years of age is being abused by his stepfather. Even though that he is not his real father, the child can be protected under this law and the stepfather can be reported by the mother, neighbors, and even police officers who have verified that such abuse really happened.