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Police Officers at Minova Training

The Lasting Effects of Sexual Violence

12/04/2014

I remember my feelings of shock and helplessness after learning about traumatic fistula, which – in addition to its debilitating physical symptoms – leads victims to be shunned and isolated from their communities. Traumatic fistulas are common in conflict and post-conflict settings, and are often the result of violent rape coupled with deliberate damage.

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Kenyan Police Officer Joseph Kibet

Moving Forward to End Sexual Violence

11/25/2014

PHR has helped local activists create numerous self-governing medical-legal networks across Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to help facilitate collaboration and cooperation among medical professionals, legal and judicial experts, the media, local communities, and NGOs.

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Uhuru Kenyatta at the International Criminal Court

Misguided Criticisms of the International Criminal Court

10/15/2014

The ICC has received a variety of criticism. The African Union, for example, has accused the court of anti-African bias. One of the most vocal critics is Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, who charged the ICC with “shallowness” for pursuing the Kenya cases.

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DRC Training

The Role of First Responders in Attaining Justice

09/04/2014

In the first half of 2014, nearly 3,000 people have fallen victim to sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to the medical group Heal Africa, which treats survivors of sexual violence in the eastern part of the country.

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Ending Violence Against Women in Kenya

New Evidence Emerges of Mass Rape During Post-election Violence in Kenya

08/29/2014

PHR study finds that pattern of sexual assault perpetrated during post-election violence in Kenya is consistent with patterns of mass rape documented in conflict settings elsewhere.

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