WHO unveils action plan to address findings of Independent Commission on DRC SEA allegations

who unveils action plan to address findings of independent commission on drc sea allegations

Sumary of WHO unveils action plan to address findings of Independent Commission on DRC SEA allegations:

  • “I am committed to ensuring that the suffering of the survivors and their families is the catalyst for a profound transformation of WHO’s culture”, said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General.
  • “This plan outlines the changes we will make as an organisation to make good on this commitment and to create a culture in which there is no opportunity for sexual exploitation and abuse to happen, no impunity if it does and no tolerance for inaction.
  • ” The plan outlines short-term actions focusing on the most urgent recommendations of the IC Report: supporting the survivors and their families;
  • The plan also describes the actions that WHO will undertake over the next 15 months to establish and operationalise a victim- and survivor-centered approach;
  • ensure WHO personnel and leaders are accountable for prevention, detection and response to SEA;
  • In addition, WHO will ensure mandatory pre-deployment training and refresher training for any further deployments;
  • Together with UN partners she is giving an in-depth two- day training to staff and NGOs and is reaching out to community leaders to raise awareness.
  • ”In the past week, nearly 40 WHO and UN partner employees have received prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse training.

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