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Fact Sheet: Post-Sexual Violence Kits

Published:
23 August 2017
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Global
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Fact Sheet: Post-Sexual Violence Kits

“There are many reasons humanitarian aid workers may become exposed to HIV and other diseases spread through bodily fluids, and sexual violence is just one of those reasons. When this does occur though, it is important to know what options might be available to survivors, as well as what humanitarian organisations can do to appropriately respond.”

Report the Abuse (2017).

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