Sexual taxation is an important issue for women who work on the African Union Commission (AUC), an internal research has found.
Most of the victims are short-term, young volunteers and interns seeking jobs, said the report.
This responsibility "is self-employed as" gatekeeper "and" king maker "," added it.
The study was launched in May and all staff members who have complained about a trusted interview.
The special committee was formed by the AUC chairman, Moussa Faki, after an anonymous letter already warned of abuse.
The team found 44 cases of sexual assault and these young women were "sexually used for counting".
The report has not mentioned any of the named wounded.
The staff behind the siege made "credible young women's expectations that they would be offered contracts," said the report.
Interviewees reported that sexual sexual responses reported frequently against productive if there were no processes involved in doing this to prevent the AUC from having a sexual asset policy.
The team also had results of tackling, corruption, bullying, discrimination and intimidation.
South Afghanistan Post & Guardian paper since the study was filed to be reported on a petition signed by 37 female members of AU staff complaints about sexual assault at the committee.
The AU Commission, which has its headquarters in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, has said it contains the # 39; The findings and serious explanations have determined "an extensive sexual asset that protects the victims and raises the strongest punctuality measures against each other".
Mr. Faki would also form an internal committee to see in the aforementioned cases and to make recommendations, said a statement.