Once an allegation of sexual misconduct is made, it is the responsibility of the National Society to provide assistance to the complainant/survivor. This is actioned by referring the victim to specialist services including medical, psychological and legal support. These service providers must be mapped out ahead of time in an exercise called referral mapping. Referral mapping allows a National Society to list the essential service providers available. The Libyan Red Crescent is one of the National Societies which has completed its referral mapping. This case study showcases its process.
20 Apr, 2022
Referral mapping allows a National Society to list the essential service providers available.