An NGO has partnered with Mt Kenya Journal in the bid to help eradicate sex abuse in the country.
Sexual Exploitation and Control Outreach Africa (SEACOA) is hoping to work with the media to help expose sex abuse in a bid to end the menace.
SEACOA Founder Phyllis Nyambura says the move will help stop the menace that has ruined the lives of many in the country.
“We decided to partner with the media because we believe these vices will come to an end once they are let out in the open,” she says.
Phyllis further called on people suffering from any form of abuse to reach out so that they can get help and lead normal loves.
“We are hoping to help deal with the issues so that victims can become victors after we walk this journey with them.”
The organisation has been working with those abused across the Eastern African region for over a decade now.
Phyllis also called for the government to partner with NGOs to help fight sexual abuse and abuse of humanitarian workers by investing more in the NGO world.
She said that fundraising, especially for small organizations such as her own, has become increasingly difficult due to budget cuts from donors including the United States, Switzerland and Norway.