Human Rights Watch Exposes Mass Rapes in Darfur Through 130 interviews Human Rights Watch learned that women and girls were routinely raped in their homes by government soldiers sometimes in front of their husbands and children. They were not shown any mercy often having several men rape them. Soldiers who left the military told HRW that women and girls were targeted because those in high command beliebed them to be rebel supporters. Read more.
In Photographs: Our Reporting Around the World
Marie Stopes Worker in Johannesburg
Health Worker in Ethiopia
Tanzanian Mothers and Children
Heartbreaking story about family that lost eight family members.
Johannesburg, South Africa
Elsa Morales stews coconut husks and swamp cabbage to feed her pigs.