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    ACQUIRE Report Traumatic Gynecologic Fistula: A Consequence of Sexual Violence in Conflict Settings June 2006 A Report of a Meeting Held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, September 6 to 8, 2005 Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project Ethiopian Society of Obstetricians and...
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  • Key Terms of Wwii
    Africa, involving parts of the African continent and that turned the war into a World War. 5. The Rape of Nanking – When the League of Nations allowed Japan to extend their nation, this caused them to have more civilians. But, it didn’t matter because the US had entered the war “late” compared to the...
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    . “We were still unsure they’d actually let us go.” More than a year earlier, in June 2011, the two journalists had crossed into eastern Ethiopia from Somalia and embedded with members of the separatist Ogaden National Liberation Front, or ONLF. “We’d heard about rapes, executions, and an exodus...
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  • Assessment of Premarital Sexual Practices and Factors Related to Itamong High School Students
    like Ethiopia, more than two-thirds of the populations are below 30 years of age, these age groups are expected to be in the forefront in building the country. However, an increasing number of adults in Ethiopia are facing several psychological, economical, social and physical problems due to the...
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  • Effects
    aged 12–45 years, producing over 32,000 pregnancies nationally among women from rape each year. A study of adolescents in Ethiopia found that among those who reported being raped, 17% became pregnant after the rape, a figure which is similar to the 15–18% reported by rape crisis centres in Mexico...
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  • Human Rights
    coerced into prostitution if they came from rural lower class families in order for the middle class girls to keep their virginity for marriage. In some communities rape is seen as a normal act and stated to not be against the law. Until recently, Ethiopia had a law that read "...a man could not be...
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  • The Impact of Ledership on Employees Productivity in Case of Dashen Bank of Ethiopia
    Tsotawi Tekat Tekelakay Mahiber [TTTM] (Organization against Gender-based Violence) Financial Support for Emergency Transportation Services for Women in Crisis Submitted To: Action Aid Ethiopia ------------------------------------------------- November, 2009 Table of Contents Title...
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  • Women, Power-Politics, and Violence
    of pandemic proportions. A survey result revels that At least one out of every three women around the world has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime — with the abuser usually someone known to her. The situation is very dangerous in countries like Bangladesh, Ethiopia...
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  • Family Law
    Case: Italy, Ethiopia, and the League of Nations. Stanford, California: Hoover Institute Press, Stanford University. ISBN 0-8179-6591-2.  • Barker, A.J. (1971). Rape of Ethiopia, 1936. New York: Ballantine Books. pp. 160. ISBN 978-0345024626.  • De Bono E., La preparazione e le prime...
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    934 international civilian personnel, 2,088 local civilian staff, and 546 UN volunteers working to better conditions in the DRC. 2010 - $8 billion debt relief deal approved by World Bank and IMF. New electoral commission launched to prepare for 2011 elections. Mass rapes reported in North Kivu...
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  • God Grew Tired of Us
    family friend from his village that he had mistaken for his father named Abraham. The two flee into the scorching hot desert and begin to walk east towards ethiopia to find safety. Along the way, John meets up with tens of thousands of other Lost Boys and Girls, the name given to all children of...
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  • Crimes Against Women
    ill-treated. Rapes and murders have become common news. Eve-teasing is common, for women are considered objects of sex. Abduction and rape are everyday occurrences. Even minor girls are not spared. The cases like Guwahati molestation case and rape of a 30 year old woman in West Bengal are examples of...
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  • Women in India
    he left them at home.” Stronger rape laws will help, but the bigger challenge is to build a society that recognizes women as autonomous beings. We all laughed of course, but thinking back, there was a great deal of wisdom in his observation, perhaps more than he intended. We as a nation think...
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  • rape
    In this century, the term rape is common in every part of the world. According to a Firstpost.India, (2013), approximately 68,000 rape cases were reported alone in India during 2009-2012. But only 16,000 cases were sentenced. This shows how serious the rape cases are. Nowadays in different parts of...
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  • The Role of Civil Society Organisations in
    THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS IN DEMOCRATISATION PROCESS IN ETHIOPIA By Sisay Gebre-Egziabher, P.O.Box: 27093, Addis Ababa – 1000, Ethiopia, E-mail: sisay_g@hotmail.com Paper Presented at the Fifth International Conference of the International Society for the Third-Sector Research...
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  • International Conflicts Concentrating on Wars
    1998 to June 2000 between Ethiopia and Eritrea – two of the world’s poorest countries. (Wikipedia ) From 1961 until 1991, Eritrea had fought a long war of independence against Ethiopia, ultimately leading to a referendum and peaceful separation in 1993. Among the causes of the Eritrean-Ethiopian...
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  • Politics and Life in Ethiopia
    Frank Gerber Dr. Opoku Agyeman POLS204 Government/Politics of Africa When one thinks of the country of Ethiopia it would not be uncommon for one to automatically think of one of those commercials that shows the poverty and starvation among the people who live there. However, this was not...
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    Topic: Rape Introduction Rape is the crime of sexual intercourse without the consent of the victim, often through force or threat of violence. The victim is deemed legally incapable of consenting if she or he is known to be mentally incompetent, intoxicated, drugged, or below the age of consent...
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  • An Exploratory Study on the Contexts of Domestic
    the fact that most women in Ethiopia were economically dependent unregulated divorce would harm women. The article did not take into consideration the reality of women in Ethiopia. The need to put some restraint on marital rape such as conditions when a woman might refuse sex like medical...
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  • Half the Sky
    really wins. 3) In “Half the Sky” we meet women and girls from around the world. How are their situations similar, despite the unique challenges that they face? Most of the women and girls have been kidnapped and forced into this life to havetheir spirits broken through rape, threats, and...
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