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Sexual violence against female aid workers: How organizations can tackle it (by Sophie Edwards)

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Posted January 5, 2017 from Brazil
Expired on March 5, 2017
A female aid worker who was raped while working in South Sudan is using her experience to help humanitarian organizations get better at preventing staff from experiencing sexual violence & harassment.

Megan Nobert was drugged and sexually assaulted by a colleague while working as a protection and gender-based violence officer for an international NGO in South Sudan in 2015. She blacked out after being drugged by her attacker, who worked for a United Nations sub-contractor at the time, and woke up the next morning terrified and knowing something was very wrong..

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