Thursday, July 23, 2015

“In Papua New Guinea, "we had billboards in town, we...



“In Papua New Guinea, "we had billboards in town, we did radio shows, and made weekly visits to community markets and churches to spread the word that victims of sexual violence should come get treatment within 72 hours of the attack,” said an #MSF nurse. If patients come within 72 hours, we can prevent #HIV and unwanted #pregnancy. This month, as part of MSF’s #TomorrowNeedsHer project, we explore the challenges to providing care for sexual violence. © Kate Geraghty" By doctorswithoutborders on Instagram.



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