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Fact Sheet | May 29, 2021

Strengthening Partners in Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse through Protection Mainstreaming

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Haiti, Indonesia and the Philippines Funded by the USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance

Read a brief 2-page overview on program impact, recommendations and learnings from a three-year CRS project that helps to strengthen the capacity of 38 local or national organizations in the disaster-prone countries of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Haiti, Indonesia and the Philippines. In close collaboration, CRS helps local partners to operationalize their policies, systems and structures to effectively prevent and address issues of sexual exploitation and abuse, or SEA, within their organizations and the communities they serve.