Two numbers really stand out to me. First, resistance dropped the incidence of rape by 50% - so the idea is to fight back, and the more you know about how to effectively fight back, the more likely you are to escape.
The second number, however, is that roughly 10% of of university aged women were raped over this 4 year study - and even more were the victim of attempted rape. And this isn't even capturing non-penetrative sexual assault. And what's more, that number is lower than other studies.
As is noted in the article, this program - the effective resistance program - is only a band-aid: we need to get to the root of the problem. But while we as a society deal with problem of how we treat women, I would certainly ask that this program be rolled out to more centres ASAP.