In Madagascar 84% Of Students Have Reported Being Victims Of Sextortion
84% of Ma Students victims of Sexual Corruption.
The report described a country devastated by endemic corruption at all levels of the National Education. Bribes, abuse of power, favoritism, nepotism, even fake diplomas perpetrated by the DREN (Regional Directorate of National Education).
Sexual corruption students offer them a good ma.
This is in the country "During our investigation, we were confronted with the omerta of the victims who did not dare to give the name of the instigators or even the name of the establishments in which it happened," underlines Liantsoa Rakotoarivelo, the person in charge of the fight against corruption project within Transparency International Initiative Madagascar."Sexual corruption has become commonplace. We found during our investigations that parents of pupils, students, and teachers themselves are aware of sexual corruption in universities and schools. It has become almost a must for students who want to finish their school or university course." Liantsoa Rakotoarivelo explained.
The impunity installed in the country is issue making it more d to pursue the criminals. The Confederation of Teachers' Unions denounced "the existence of a network for the protection of guilty teachers within the Ministry of Higher Education." The prosecution of culprits and their removal from the public service is extremely rare.There are no laws on the island that specifically deal with sexual corruption. Law 2016.020 ight against corruption is still too far removed from the specific students have to endure.In addition to a section dedicated to sexual corruption in a needed future law
Transparency International Initiative Madagascar recommends greater awareness of the population on this form of crime and advocates for the inclusion of prevention workshops in schools and universities. The association also plans to develop a "Body Integrity Pact" for teachers and students, which schools must ratifyUnfortunately, such behaviors rooted deeply into the country are going to be hard to remove fast. It is crucial to highlight those crimes and put pressure on political leaders to bind them to end this horrific situation.