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This book sets an overview of the environmental and social impact assessment of mining in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and focuses on Mai-Mai militia motivations and their attitudes toward sexual violence.
According to most sources, 5,5 million people have died since the beginning of the war in the DRC in 1994, and rape was used as a weapon of destruction.
Sexual violence is so severe in the DRC that some have described rape in the country as the worst in the world.
Mr Kitwe has a master's degree in Human Rights.
He has an extensive experience in project management, policy and strategy formulation, human resource management, training interdisciplinary teams, monitoring, communication and fundraising.
He has facilitated support of more than 5,000 torture survivors and other victims of human rights violations in Africa.
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