This is an epidemic which by definition affects everyone - including spiritual leaders and community organizations.
Not saying that the "spiritual" don't engage in domestic violence but sometimes we preach to the choir.
Women need to know that there is a safe space to escape abusive husbands. That is the beginning. Once more can do this then the law can do what it should. When abusive men find out that their deeds will be punished I think that many will think before they act.
Its an attitude of entitlement that too many men have and sadly too many women are brainwashed into thinking that this is behavior that they should accept.
I hope that this is no longer acceptable but growing up in Guyana in the 70s I remember hearing some women say "if he don' beat me dat mean he don' love me". So both genders were enabling domestic abuse.