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Corrupt WHO Accused Of Paying Off Sex Abuse Victims With $250

via C-SPAN

The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) offered a mere $250 compensation to women sexually abused by its employees in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), with the money being linked to mandatory “career training” to avoid appearing as reparations for criminal behavior.

The abuse took place during the Ebola outbreak in 2018, with over 100 women claiming that W.H.O. employees demanded sexual favors, raped them, or fired them in order to obtain jobs.

“Women said they were plied with drinks, others ambushed in offices and hospitals, and some locked in rooms by men who promised jobs or threatened to fire them if they did not comply,” the report read. (Trending: Judge Issue Major Ruling On Transgender Procedures For Kids)

“My life became so bleak. This was my first time to be with a man like this, in this case, an old man. I felt awful,” one of the victims recalled.

The W.H.O. has faced criticism for its handling of the situation, and the director admitted that they haven’t done enough to address the issue.

The agency’s requirement for victims to take training courses to receive compensation seems to be an attempt to circumvent the U.N.’s policy on reparations.

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