Map to end GBV and FGM

Missing Maps/MSF presents: Map to end GBV and FGM

Olga* describes what happened in a trembling voice: “Yesterday afternoon I left home to go and look for a bit of yucca [plant] in a field near the airport. On my way there, two men armed with machetes intercepted me and told me to sit down. One covered my eyes and the other began to undress me.”

That is how her story begins. It could be that of almost any of the thousands of people who suffer sexual assault in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic (CAR). Last year, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) assisted 4,000 victims of sexual violence across the country. Our team at Bangui community hospital have treated more than 800 people in the first half of this year alone.

Watch the video here:

To support the Central Africans better in their needs, the MSF teams need better maps of the country.

Join us and learn how to map and help protect women from Gender Based Violence in Central African Republic and girls at risk of Female Genital Mutilation in Tanzania.

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