Online training platform for right to protection from sexual abuse for persons with intellectual disability in Mozambique
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This paper outlines the overall picture of sexual violence around the globe, their issues of prevention along with the outcomes and training available. The research has given centrality to people with Intellectual Disability in Mozambique. And suggests an online training platform, which provides prevention techniques for sexual abusive situations. The research further focuses on its effectiveness on people with intellectual disabilities and collects data through interviews conducted on three stakeholders i.e., people with Intellectual disabilities, their caretakers and health care professionals. A semi-structured interview was conducted to gather the data from three user groups. The interview conducted gathered experiences regarding sexual violence and their opinions on intellectual disability rights in Mozambique. Persona was used for the usability testing of the system. The collected information was further analyzed using a thematic analysis approach. This approach was used to refine the interviews and gain in-depth knowledge of the data collected. The results suggest that the effectiveness of the system can only be engaged if all the services required to use the system are available. Thus, ICT barriers must be reduced to use the system in Mozambique. Else, basic training must be provided beforehand to use the system.
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