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Several survivors in Boda told Human Rights Watch that they could not access health care following rape because the hospital was not functioning. States have an obligation to provide special measures of protection and care to trafficked children. They want to speak to anyone who may have seen or heard from the girl after she escaped. Other obstacles to investigation and prosecution include difficulty identifying perpetrators and inconsistent provision of medical reports attesting to signs of rape. Multiple women and girls who disclosed sexual violence at health facilities told Human Rights Watch that health personnel failed to offer complete post-rape services or refer them elsewhere for such services, including PEP, emergency contraception, physical examinations, and tests for pregnancy, HIV, and other sexually transmitted infections. For most women who endured it, the experience of the Atlantic slave trade was one of being outnumbered by men. These problems are heightened by poor oversight over shelters and assistance programs.

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Only fifteen definitely reached the age of seven. The documented cases of sexual violence by fighters in this report constitute torture, and in many cases the torture was not limited to the sexual violence itself, but was accompanied by other forms of abuse also amounting to torture. Although an international nongovernmental organization INGO operates free, specialized services for sexual violence survivors in Bangui, Georgette, 47, said she did not believe that free care for rape survivors was available. Almost all of the survivors Human Rights Watch interviewed said they wanted to leave Nigeria in search of opportunities to support themselves and their families, and saw traveling abroad, especially to Europe, as their only option to escape dire poverty. Summary When she was 18 in , Adaura C. Family pressure, economic strain, and fear of reprisals further deter survivors from seeking justice. They held them open.

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