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The RINJ Foundation

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The RINJ Foundation Purpose | Making you and your family safer.

-      To exist for the benefit of the general public.
-      To help prevent rape and sexual assault crime.
-      To assist those who have become survivors of these intolerable crimes.

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As an NGO (Non-Government Organization) The RINJ Foundation seeks to assist the United Nations efforts of monitoring and investigation of reports of the rape of persons in regions of conflict or war and to assist agencies bring support to victims and (through accurate and impartial evidence gathering by volunteers and paid workers) bring justice to perpetrators.


What is The RINJ Foundation

RINJ is an anti-rape foundation. The RINJ Foundation educates the public, social media providers and traditional media outlets about the perils of sexual violence, misogyny and rape culture. RINJ monitors and reports on actors who commit or order the commission of acts of sexual violence as a tactic of war to humiliate, dominate, instill fear in, disperse and/or forcibly relocate civilian members of a community or ethnic group; monitors and reports on global court proceedings related to rape / sexual assault crime; educates for a more learned and open discussion of the issues of rape and sexual assault; provides education, general information and study resources to prevent rape and to enhance the safety of the person; and overall seeks a higher adherence to safe community standards. RINJ seeks better criminal justice while advancing a rape-averse social conscience, eventually ending sexual violence crime.
Learn more in our "about RINJ" section.

RINJ Sexual Assault Clinics (RSAC)

RSAC (RINJ Sexual Assault Clinics) are Nurse-led sexual assault clinics medically treating rape survivors in combat zones and sexual violence survivors in refugee camps Asia and Africa. RSACs in combat zones or refugee camps also perform rape kits and investigate & report the occurance of gender-based violence & sexual violence in war zones. New locations are planned including a mission to northern Pradeshs of India. Learn more about rape as a war crime.

The RSACs offer free medical care to women and children. Community related services such as victim advocacy, crisis hotlines, community outreach, & education programs are provided based on each RSAC's resources at the discretion of the local RSAC nurse-led team.
  • Trauma care;
  • Physical injuries treatment and minor surgery;
  • Sexually transmitted disease detection treatment and prevention;
  • Sexual assault forensic testing;
  • Pregnancy issues, from abortion to delivering your baby;
  • Legal course of action counseling;
  • Criminal prosecution assistance;
  • Mental health care; and
  • All needed follow-up care.
Learn more in our "RSAC" section.

The RINJ Foundation Sexual Assault Clinics (RSAC) - Provideing Women's Health Care and Uniting Our Sisters Around The World

Some of our current projects:

FGM Clinic

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Survivor reconstruction clinic.The RINJ Foundation is planning the integration of a major surgery (general anesthetic, over-night stay) clinic within one of its RSAC facilities, hoping to complete the project in or before 2017. Surgery will reverse some damage and mitigate the FGM side effects in most cases.
Read more about Female Genital Mutilaton (FGM).

Health Care for RoJava

The Rojava Mission Concept: The operational model uses one main brick-and-mortar building in Kobane, Rojava and thirty 20-ft heavy steel containers, converted into mobile self-contained one room medical clinics, as a means of providing full medical health care services including treatment of GBV survivors to the autonomous region of northern Syria known as Rojava. These mobile clinics are desperately needed by the people of Rojava since much of the area's medical infrastructure has been devastated by years of the Syrian Civil War and two years of fighting the Islamic State terrorist group.

Most Syrian Refugees Wish To Return Home!

Help us make that work. Kurdish people in the north of Syria have kicked out ISIS from Rojava region and are working industriously to rebuild. We are building a health care system in Rojava. Give us a hand please.
Read more about The Rojava Mission.

Rape Kits

Rape Kits are used to gather forensic information about the sexual violence crime. The RINJ Foundation raises funds for the purchase of 'rape kits' (also known as physical evidence recovery kits [PERK]; sexual offence evidence collection [SOEC] kits) and/or the funding of rape kit testing. Medical professionals complete sexual assault forensic evidence kits which must be quickly tested with results sent to police & prosecutors.
Learn more about the RINJ Rape Kit Program.

Sex Offenders

RINJ shares learning for the betterment of court processes; provides data to the public about 'wanted' sex offenders/suspects or recently released-from-prison rapists who may be of interest to the community; encourages a more diligent execution of duty by law enforcement investigating sexual violence complaints; educates the public on the latest occurances and approaches to minimizing sexual violence crimes; and plays a role in overseeing how survivors in war-torn countries find remedy.
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War Crimes of Sexual Violence

War-Crime The RINJ Foundation NGO workers investigate and catalog crimes of rape in war zones. We send out a message that rape is no longer a trophy of war but a serious war crime that will be prosecuted as a crime against humanity.
Read more about Rape as a War-Crime.

Don't Buy A Kid Campaign

"End child sex trade | Don't buy a kid", is the mantra of The RINJ Foundation's international campaign against child sex trade. Educating for better safety of children; education of governments for better laws; and by leveraging existing law enforcement with evidence & crime cataloguing evidence the RINJ Foundation seeks to minimize & eventually end child sex trade.
Read more about our Don't Buy A Kid Campaign.
End child sex trade - don't buy a kid
"End child sex trade | Don't buy a kid" Campaign

Know What To Do If You Have Been Raped

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Read more about the definition of rape and sexual assault; and what to do if you are attacked.
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The RINJ Foundation sends volunteer NGO workers to assist United Nations War Crime investigators cataloguing individual crimes of rape in war zones. The RINJ Foundation operates nurse-led RINJ Sexual Assault Clinics (RSAC) in combat zones and refugee facilites around the world.

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The RINJ Foundation, North America: Suite 119, 3219 Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario CANADA M4N 3S1 Email: rinj@rinj.org Phone +16477399279 - Executive Director (Global) - Micheal O'Brien | Regional Project Managers: Jesse Williams (Turkey), Lori Buhler (USA), Mitzi Ann (Rojava), Bonnie Femen (Iraq), Monica Zaghet (Global Ambassador), Jhen Alaga (Phillipines), Robert Bufe (USA), Victor Okeke (Nigeria), Deborah Mishal (Paris)