Guardian: MSF opens Papua New Guinea clinic for abuse victims

The first frontline clinic to offer treatment for both medical and psychological injuries of victims of physical and sexual abuse has opened in Papua New Guinea, a country that researchers say is potentially the worst place in the world for gender violence.

The Médecins Sans Frontières project, named the 9 Mile clinic, which opened in the capital city Port Moresby on 10 May, has already treated 43 victims of family and sexual violence, the level of which is unmatched by anything seen in the career of project head Paul Brockmann.

Read more and watch the clip about MSF's programme on the Guardian site.