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According to official statistics, there were 308 cases of child abuse in Makkah province in a single year, of which 110 were registered at the Armed Forces Hospital in Jeddah, 45 at the Maternity and Children's Hospital in Jeddah and 25 at Al-Noor Specialist Hospital in Makkah.
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The Shoura Council was reportedly studying a bill to prevent child abuse and family violence, which would then be submitted to the higher authorities before it could become law.
The network of human rights activists in Nigeria have been going through one of the most shocking events in contemporary times. The rape event in Abia State University where a young woman was raped and the crime was videotaped and circulated was shocking. Homecoming Dresses videotape was sent to my email address but I promptly deleted it. I refused to watch it hoping it was not true there by deny reality, protect my heart and prevent my adrenaline level from rising. The audacity of the criminals and celebration of a heinous crime was greeted with outrage from the community of human rights and particularly gender activists. Mrs. Maryam Uwais, a lawyer and an expert on the African Commission on the Rights of the Child and Carol Ajie from Project Alert were among the first to blow the whistle and we all responded with suggestions on what to do about the violence perpetrated on women.
Some rights groups decided to request for the ABSU Vice Chancellor's report on the gang-rape of a female student of Abia State University. In a press release dated October 6 2011, the ' Right to Know (R2K) Nigeria and Project Alert on Violence Against Women, two Civil Society Organisations 'jointly applied for the report of the investigation undertaken by the Vice-Chancellor of Abia State University, ABSU, into allegations concerning the gang-rape of a female student of the University by persons suspected to be students of the same University. The joint application was made pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2011, which establishes the right of access to information held by public institutions in Nigeria. Section 4 of the FOIA provides that the University Authorities must respond to the application within 7 days of receipt of the application. Ene Enonche, R2K National Coordinator said, "Access to Information is fundamental to the Prom Dresses 2012 process in order to ensure that impunity does not go unpunished.
Additionally, the Vice Chancellor's investigation has been concluded, therefore he has an obligation under the FoI Act to make the findings of his investigation available at our request. " The application was made following an announcement issued by the Abia State Short Prom Dresses Governing Council on page 56 of The Nation New 28 September 2011, indicating that the Council adopted the report of the investigation undertaken by the Vice-Chancellor which concluded that the alleged rape of an ABSU female student did not take place on the premises of the University, and challenged anyone with proof otherwise to take it to the appropriate authorities.