Nairobi, Kenya — Health worker Elizabeth Wanjiru was walking through the narrow streets of Kenya's largest slum earlier this year when she came across two schoolboys pointing at something in a muddy ditch.
For the tens of thousands of refugee women trapped in Greece, daily life is made that much more treacherous by a very basic problem: unsafe bathrooms. Refugee camps tend to have too few bathrooms, which
I had never seen so many patients hospitalised in a single room – perhaps 60 beds, each with a woman. They had not been injured in war, they had been left incontinent from childbirth and somehow found
Médecins Sans Frontières, as it winds up a nine-year project on family and sexual violence, says there are dangerous gaps in services and legislation Médecins Sans Frontières has warned the government