While women across much of the Western world have galvanized around the MeToo movement by speaking out against sexual assault and letting women know that they're not alone, most women in the fledgling nation of South Sudan remain voiceless. To read the explanatory photo captions, let your cursor hoover over the photos. Duchess Kate copies Meghan's style. As International Women's Day is being marked across the globe, South Sudan remains a country where women face grinding difficulties. It is not just South Sudanese men who are sexual predators. Read next on IOL.
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Juba, South Sudan - Wiping tears from her cheeks, the young woman describes how she has resorted to prostitution to feed her children. To read the explanatory photo captions, let your cursor hoover over the photos. The two sides signed a peace treaty last month. Husband risks all after celebratory birthday picture goes horrifically wrong. Last year no reports were filed of sexual assault in the workplace, said James Simon, senior inspector in the Ministry of Labor. Nancy never reported her aggressors because she thought the authorities wouldn't believe her.