Denouncing sex abuse by UN troops not enough, says envoy

14 April 2016

Denouncing sexual abuse by international peacekeeping forces is not enough, the UN must respond quickly to help the victims and help render justice.

That’s according to a senior UN official in charge of improving the United Nations response to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA).

The Central African Republic has a history of military coups and rebellion has been plagued by sectarian violence between two opposing groups for the past three years.

Jocelyne Sambira has the story.

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