Women’s rights, the family, and organisational culture: a Lesotho case study
This article discusses the work of Lesotho Save the Children (LSC) in caring for girls who have suffered sexual abuse within their families. Support takes the form of providing refuge in the ‘substitute family’ setting of a Children’s Village in Maseru, Lesotho’s capital, where counselling and rehabilitation is offered.
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