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This report shares findings from the first phase of Empowered Aid, a multi-year participatory action research project in Uganda and Lebanon. This report presents findings from Uganda around risks of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) in relation to…
This report shares findings from the first phase of Empowered Aid, a multi-year participatory action research project in Uganda and Lebanon. This report presents findings from Lebanon around risks of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) in relation…
This is a qualitative observational study exploring understandings and perceptions of exploitation in two sites in Mwanza, Tanzania. Through focus group discussion and in-depth interviews with young people aged 14–24 years, and parents with children…
This study explored perceptions of age disparate relationships between adolescent girls and younger women (AGYW) and older men using the social exchange framework, through 37 participatory focus group discussions and 87 in depth interviews with…
In response to media attention to high profile sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment (SEAH) cases, and the lack of change in the number of staff complaints of harassment, ill-treatment and abuse of power at UNAIDS, an independent expert panel…
This study determined the reliability and validity of the WIST (What If Situations Test) to assess pre-schoolers’ self-protection skills against sexual abuse. Participants were children of the 3–6 age group attending private pre-school education…
Using interviews from 29 aid workers, alongside the author’s 10+ years of experience in the aid sector, this report discusses the prevalence of SEAH within the aid sector. Abuse perpetrated by aid workers against both community members and aid…
This report provides an account of the evidence collected during the two years Report the Abuse (RTA), a survivor-led NGO, existed as a platform to gather testimonies of experiences of sexual violence within the humanitarian aid sector. This is…
This report presents findings from the pilot project, which investigated the long-term impact of SEA by international interveners (including peacekeepers, aid workers, diplomats, private contractors and others) on peacebuilding outcomes. Primary…
This study considers the forms, extent and drivers of sexual harassment in Tanzania’s public sector through a study of public sector employees in two areas: the Mtwara Region and Dar es Salaam. The study adopts a mixed methods approach, with a…