A contextually relevant study on sexual violence against boys in Zimbabwe, designed to inform the development of programme interventions aimed at addressing the growing concern around sexual violence against boys. This study aims to support an in-depth understanding of: the nature, causes and drivers of sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of boys; how social norms around gender shape and influence the sexual abuse of boys; and the nature and adequacy of support available for boys who are victims of sexual violence, including what is already being done to ensure that these boys grow up in a permanent, safe and caring family or in quality alternative care where needed.

View the report in English.