Survivors of SGBV often keep silent about their pain.

From: Sexual and gender-based violence – Footsteps 106

Ideas for how we can end sexual and gender-based violence and provide holistic support to survivors

Being raped or sexually assaulted is a hugely traumatic experience. This resource gives some advice on what to do in the aftermath of such an assault. Many countries will have specific organisations, referral centres or helplines that can support survivors through the process.

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