Yesterday we spent the day working with the Doctors and Nurses of Rama Levina Foundation–a Congolese group of health care providers who run mobile clinics to rural villages to work with rape victims. Today, we will be going to the prison in Bukavu to interview the perpetrators of rape. This will begin my research on understanding the context of rape from multiple perspectives. Understanding from perspectives of the perpetrators–it is an important way to build programs for prevention. More soon…
Report from DR Congo
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