USAID Works Toward Preventing Sexual Misconduct, Abuse Within Agency, Development Sector

USAID’s “IMPACTblog”: How USAID Is Working to Prevent Sexual Misconduct and Exploitation
David Moore, USAID’s acting deputy administrator and chair of the agency’s Action Alliance for Preventing Sexual Misconduct, discusses USAID’s zero tolerance policy for sexual misconduct, including the expansion of protections to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse into all of the agency’s humanitarian assistance programs. Moore writes, “Our ultimate goal is a sector-wide culture of respect and inclusion” (10/24).

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