Take Action For Rape Survivors

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TELL OBAMA: Rape survivors have the right to health care

Wars are being waged on women’s bodies. Nearly 50 women and girls are raped every hour in eastern Congo. In the Syrian conflict, women and girls face rape and violence aimed to control, intimidate and humiliate.

Across the world, survivors are often forced to carry unwanted pregnancies because they don’t have safe access to critical post-rape care, including abortion and other health services.

Women’s lives are being threatened. Women’s rights are being ignored.

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