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It was obvious the humanitarian knew what he was doing was wrong and was taking precautions to hide it, said Gabby, whom Devex will continue to refer to only by this name to protect her identity.
Allegations of humanitarians and other global development professionals sexually exploiting members of the communities they serve are not new. The U. South Sudan is no exception. Despite the UN's 'zero tolerance policy,' sexual exploitation continues in South Sudan. The United Nations is treating transactional sex allegations against South Sudan's Ghanaian peacekeeping unit as an isolated incident.
But several stakeholders tell Devex this is unlikely — and that it is time for the U. Last month, the U. The action of the U. Devex spoke with several sex workers in Juba who shared that the sex trade in the capital is booming thanks in large part to international aid workers and U. But her client pool has also increased dramatically. Today, she has men seeking her services, about 60 of those she says are U. Gabby says her life has been threatened several times when local men have pulled out guns and kicked her out of their cars in the middle of the night, forcing her to walk home in the dark, often miles away from town.
Her year-old colleague Ester says the majority of her clients are Ugandan, many of whom exit the U. Code of Conduct prohibits paying for sex as it constitutes misconduct, according to U. Mission in South Sudan acting spokesperson Hiroyuki Saito. Hire fewer single men.
Recent global events have spurred an interest in speaking out about sexual harassment within aid organizations and exploitation of beneficiaries, he said.