Podcast: Disabled women surviving sexual assault

Some of the most vulnerable members of the community are disabled women and girls. We look at what happens when they are preyed upon, and the gap in services in support for the women and their children.

“Their future is hopeless. The victims of raped women with disabilities are very pitiful because they are abandoned by society,’’ says U Soe Than, from Ayeyawady Region.

Listen to Doh Athan, in Burmese language.

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