Typhoon Haiyan: Thousands of girls and women left ‘painfully vulnerable’ to violence


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Justine Greening said past emergencies in the Philippines have led to a sharp rise in violence against girls and women, and in trafficking in particular (#LFC News: Thousands of girls and women left ‘painfully vulnerable’ after Typhoon Haiyan

malek‘s insight:

With local government devastated, aid-workers facing logestics problems, the ultimate loser is always girls and women.

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