The Hinsa Ko No project, aimed at addressing domestic violence in Nuh, India, has made significant achievements despite challenges posed by COVID-19. It created safe spaces in 27 Panchayats, trained stakeholders, and registered 232 cases. However, sustaining the intervention poses challenges due to the magnitude of the issue and the need for continued efforts involving various stakeholders. The project's financial sustainability and exit strategy are uncertain, but integrating a livelihood program for survivors could help empower them and encourage more victims to seek support. The evaluation report provides comprehensive insights into the project's performance.