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Table 4 Programme findings

From: Sexual violence in the protracted conflict of DRC programming for rape survivors in South Kivu

Indicators 2005 2006 2007 Remarks
Number of identified survivors 9,109 6338 8541 only rape (penetrative sexual assault)
STI treatment 5,987 (66%)    38% partner treatment in 2006, 45% in 2007
HIV test 133 (1,5%) 58% 57%  
Referral to secondary hospitals 242 (3%)    Advanced medical treatment, e.g. drug-resistant STI
Referral to hospital Panzi (Bukavu) 29 (0,3%)    Advanced surgical treatment, e.g. fistula repair
Time between rape and Malteser registration     Reasons: Fear, stigmatisation, shame; kidnappings
   72 h 3,2% 151 (2,4%) 47 (0,6%)  
   < 1 month 7,8%    
   < 1 year 59,0%    
Psycho-social treatment 4099 (45%) 5440 (86%) 7536 (88%) Home mediation visits, individual and group counselling
Rejection by family/social exclusion 506 (12,4%) approx. 6% 208 (2,4%)  
Reintegration into families 310 (61%) approx. 65% 37%  
Costs 215,000€ (23 €/case)    Additionally: Prevention & Advocacy
(ca. 1 €/capita)