Assessment Report: Post-Rape Care for Children in Mozambique

Sexual violence and exploitation against children is steeped in contextual determinants, such as the socio-economic development and legacy of war-time sexual violence, the intersections of HIV and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), gender relations in Mozambique, and the social vulnerability of children to sexual and economic exploitation. This assessment focused on current availability and practices of post-rape care (PRC) for children in two provinces of Mozambique, Zambezia and Sofala, and in the capital city of Maputo.

July 31, 2013
Year of publication
2013
Countries
Tags
GBV, USAID, PEPFAR, violence, aidstar-one, children, gender based violence, child protection, post-rape care

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