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WHO chief says priority to prevent sexual exploitation

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A statewide system to track kits that contain evidence following a sexual assault went live on Wednesday. The online system allows abuse survivors to track the location of their kit through the testing process. The tracking system includes a timeline of a kit's history, from the medical facility to the law enforcement agency.
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The Hindu

Fully committed to reforms needed to prevent sexual exploitation, abuse by staff: WHO chief Tedros Adhanom

Speaking a day after he was re-elected to a second five-year term, the World Health Organization chief acknowledged that "it is not enough. We're just starting."

1 month ago·India
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South China Morning Post

WHO priority is to prevent sexual exploitation, says chief

‘Things are changing [but] it is not enough. We’re just starting,’ chief Tedros Ghebreyesus about making far-reaching changes following horrifying revelations of widespread abuse by humanitarian workers in 2020.

1 month ago·Hong Kong
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The Guardian Nigeria

WHO chief says priority to prevent sexual exploitation

The WHO chief told member states Wednesday that he was fully committed to reforms needed to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse by staff, acknowledging more needed to be done.

1 month ago·Nigeria
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Eyewitness News

WHO chief says priority to prevent sexual exploitation

The WHO chief told member states that he was fully committed to reforms needed to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse by staff, acknowledging more needed to be done.

1 month ago·South Africa
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SF Gate

Wisconsin launches statewide sexual assault tracking system

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A statewide system to track kits that contain evidence following a...

1 month ago·S F, United States
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Medical Xpress

WHO chief says priority to prevent sexual exploitation

The WHO chief told member states Wednesday that he was fully committed to reforms needed to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse by staff, acknowledging more needed to be done.

1 month ago
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