A new report from the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel examines the phenomenon of violence against women in Israel.
The woman's husband, 70, was arrested on suspicion of committing the murder.
The "New Page" program began operating during COVID-19, accompanying women and their children from leaving the shelter for victims of domestic abuse.
Police are investigating the possibility that the husband deliberately started the fire in the home while his wife, their three children, and his father were all inside the apartment.
The new exhibition presents the clothes of women who were murdered by their partners and is designed to raise awareness of violence against women.
Speaking at Sunday's cabinet meeting, PM Yair Lapid addressed the phenomenon of violence against women, making him the first Prime Minister to address it as a national issue.
The ex-husband called police to confess and turn himself in, according to reports. A suspect was arrested shortly after.
The Life Run will be held on the Tel Aviv promenade, with the participation of thousands of women of all ages and from all over the country.
Their three-year-old toddler son was also present. It is unclear to investigators whether the minor witnessed the murder.
Earlier on Monday, the decision to release Kachura to house arrest was overturned by the Haifa District Court.