Ebola survivors in the Congo, where others were the victims of sexual abuse by WHO workers. Photo: Reuters
Ebola survivors in the Congo, where others were the victims of sexual abuse by WHO workers. Photo: Reuters

WHO chief says priority is to prevent sexual exploitation after horrifying abuse revelations during Ebola outbreak

  • ‘Things are changing [but] it is not enough. We’re just starting,’ organisation’s chief Tedros Ghebreyesus said, acknowledging a need to speed up investigation
  • WHO has been under intense pressure to make changes following horrifying revelations of widespread abuse by humanitarian workers during 2020 Ebola outbreak

Ebola survivors in the Congo, where others were the victims of sexual abuse by WHO workers. Photo: Reuters
Ebola survivors in the Congo, where others were the victims of sexual abuse by WHO workers. Photo: Reuters
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