“We Have a Broken Heart”: Sexual Violence against Refugees in Nairobi and Mombasa, KenyaPublished
The Experiences of Congolese, Somali, and South Sudanese Men, Boys, and Trans Women
The Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) conducted a qualitative exploratory study to examine the nature and characteristics of sexual violence perpetrated against Congolese, Somali, and South Sudanese refugee men and boys (including those with diverse SOGIESC) and trans women in their home countries, during flight, and in Nairobi and Mombasa. Intersections with violence against women and girls were also examined.
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“We Have a Broken Heart”: Sexual Violence against Refugees in Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya
Summary for community contributors
- Summary for community contributors (English)
- Mɛɛ̈ ẗ ë yic de kä cïï Kɔc ke Akutnhom Rɛɛ̈ r̈ ë Tök ke Looi (Dinka)
- Xogta Kooban ee Adeeg Bixiyaasha Bulshada (Soomaali - Somali)
- Muhtasari wa Wachangiaji wa Jamii (Kiswahili - Swahili)
- Rézimé mpo na Ba contributeur ya Communaute (Lingala)
- العنف الجنسي ضد اللاجئين في نيروبي ومومباسا، بكينيا (Arabic)