'Urgent Action' Needed to Help South African Sexual Abuse Victims

A report by Médecins Sans Frontières has found that despite the high prevalence of sexual violence, there is insufficient access to clinical forensic services for survivors. This comes after the Department of Health designated 265 public health care facilities across the country to provide medical and psychological care to survivors of sexual violence.



Doctors Without Borders Seeks to Offer Better Care for Sexual Violence Survivors

PHOTO ESSAYS: Doctors Without Borders Seeks to Offer Better Care for Sexual Violence Survivors

Sexual violence is a major problem in South Africa. Studies show that up to one in four women have been raped in their lifetime and yet only a small proportion of rapes, as few as 1 in 25 are reported ...

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