Survey Data – Report The Abuse
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Survey Data

63% of respondants stated that their experience with sexual violence had changed the way they do their work as humanitarians

94

Reported Attacks
1995-2016

86%

Know of A Survivor

41%

Witnessed an Attack

69%

Are Survivors

68%

Knew Their Attacker

30%

Were Attacked Again

54%

Filed Complaints

18%

Satisfied with Complaint Handling

SEE INCIDENT STATS BY COUNTRY

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Report the Abuse does not suggest that the data presented here is a complete picture of the current situation facing humanitarian and development workers. On the contrary, this is just the first of many steps to identifying the nature and type of incidents occurring. National staff and other sectors of the community still need to be reached. Men will be encouraged to report. We will continue to highlight the spectrum, nuances and threads tying all of the survivors together. Those not yet ready will one day find their voice.

Despite the caveat, this is the first published data regarding sexual violence against humanitarian and development workers. It is a momentous occasion for that fact alone, and as more data is collected a stronger picture of the situation will emerge.

The data will be continually updated as more people feel ready to record their experiences or knowledge. All humanitarian and development workers are encouraged to fill out the survey – whether or not they have experienced or witnessed acts of sexual violence. All voices count.

Known Incidents by Year


Incident Type

Survivor Origin

Perpetrator Origin

Survivor Gender

Perpetrator Gender

Survivor Orientation

REPORTED INCIDENTS BY COUNTRY