Medical doctors brief congressional staffers on the lack of medical care provision for survivors of sexual violence. Photo by Martha Heinemann Bixby for the Save Darfur Coalition.


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The Farchana Manifesto

In the Farchana camp on June 5, 2008, seven women were rounded up for public humiliation and torture: tied-up, whipped, and beaten with sticks of firewood. Their supposed “crime”? Working outside of the camp to earn money for their families. Shamed as prostitutes, these women were “fined” – forcibly deprived of goods, money, and food ration cards. Though there is no proof, it is likely that at least some of these women became pregnant as a result of rape…(continue)

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