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These donor-funded hospital-based centres are intended to be safe houses and “one-stop shops” for survivors of violence for medical, psychosocial and legal assistance.
“If a girl is raped, she may be blamed and beaten by family members.
Prostitution, brothels and homosexuality are all illegal in PNG, and women and men who choose to sell sex do so at their own risk and outside the health, security and other controls that regulate sex industries in other countries.
Bertha, a bright energetic and seemingly kindly woman in her 40s, is matter-of-fact about her role, and equally comfortable negotiating prices for girls with customers as she is dispensing condoms and 'safe sex' advice to her young stable of teenagers A USAID 2010 survey on this sector of the PNG community revealed that although many hide their sex work from their families and the community, more than a third reported being shunned by their loved ones, and the same proportion were denied medical treatment when a nurse or doctor learned what they did for a living.
The workers also suffered physical beatings in high numbers: Almost 70 per cent reported being bashed in the past year, most often from relatives (43 per cent), but also their husbands (27 per cent) and others they knew.
With the ever-present threat of HIV/AIDS - the most recent reports suggest rates are increasing at almost 30 per cent year in parts of PNG - Bertha's safe sex advice could be the difference between life and death for vulnerable girls whose own families and loved ones have turned their backs on them.
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In the Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea (PNG) sexual violence against young girls, and the shame and stigma that follows, is forcing many out of school and others into early marriage.
In some cases, the girl is married off to the perpetrator for a “bride price”- similar to a dowry.
As it is, parents generally hesitate to send their daughters to school because they will just get married and have babies.
Boys will carry on the family name and continue to work,” Wainetti said.
“It’s really bad,” said Ume Wainetti, head of the NGO, Family Sexual Violence Action Centre (FSVAC), based in Port Moresby.
Young girls are already disadvantaged when it comes to education, and the threat of rape and sexual abuse aggravates these inequalities.