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Domestic violence, psychological and emotional abuse, abduction of women and children during cattle raids, rape and sexual assault, as well as the custom of giving a girl child in compensation for a crime or a wrongdoing committed by her family, are widespread practices in the country.

Every morning she leaves her children with their grandmother and walks 45 minutes to reach her office where she is completely dedicated to supporting and assisting victims of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV).

“Gender-based violence is a common crime in South Sudan.

It is hard to try to help these women when, despite being victims, the community discriminates against them,” explains Laura.

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