Little Umungu is only six months old, but already his delicate skin is infested with layers of parasites. Gaping wounds from scabies cover his feet. In the world’s poorest country, his single mother can’t begin to scrape together the money to take him to a doctor; she cries as she watches flies land on his open flesh. At just 20, she has two children under two to look after alone. She used to run a roadside stall, but since she was raped by four militiamen last year and abandoned by her husband, she hasn’t been able to find work. The stigma of sexual violence here in the Central African Republic is, more often than not, worse for the victim than the perpetrator.