Psychosocial and Medical Support – Report The Abuse
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Psychosocial and Medical Support

× Report the Abuse ceased operations as an NGO on 20 August 2017. The webpage and its contents are no longer updated. Thank you for your support, and we encourage all visitors to keep addressing sexual violence against humanitarian aid workers.

Humanitarian organisations have a duty of care to provide for their staff in the field, particularly when their staff members experience trauma. Unfortunately, the reality is that many humanitarian aid workers still find themselves alone, seeking the help they need to recover from sexual violence experiences.

Report the Abuse wanted to help ensure that survivors could seek help wherever they are in the world. The linked database was a working document. Where gaps exist, informal networks for seeking support might be available. Other countries may not have any resources at all. The global section represents avenues for seeking help in the most remote location, via the internet or phone.

In addition to the database, Report the Abuse has created Fact Sheets on date rape drugs and post-sexual violence kits, both common realities in the context of sexual violence for humanitarian aid workers.

As Report the Abuse ceased operations on 20 August 2017, the website is no longer being updated, and we cannot confirm the veracity and quality of all listed organisations and information.