A woman, 24, who said she was raped twice, holds her 4-month-old baby as she sits on her bed at La Maison Rose, a shelter for women and girls who have fled abuse, rape, forced marriage and other trauma in Dakar, Senegal January 7, 2020. A new law in Senegal that criminalises rape has come too late for one young woman. She was raped last year and is now trying to put her life back together with a baby. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

A woman, 24, who said she was raped twice attends a sewing workshop at La Maison Rose, a shelter for women and girls who have fled abuse, rape, forced marriage and other trauma in Dakar, Senegal January 7, 2020. The young woman fled a violent husband and went to live with her sister. But a family friend gained her trust and raped her. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Women attend a sewing workshop at La Maison Rose, a shelter for women and girls who have fled abuse, rape, forced marriage and other trauma in Dakar, Senegal January 7, 2020. The Maison Rose, or the Pink House, in a suburb of Dakar, offers women support that had been lacking in a country where rape was a misdemeanour and not a crime. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

A youth, 17, who is eight months pregnant and said she was raped by her friend, eats her lunch at La Maison Rose, a shelter for women and girls who have fled abuse, rape, forced marriage and other trauma in Dakar, Senegal January 7, 2020. Widely publicised cases of rape in Senegal paved the way for the change in the law. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

A woman, 24, who said she was raped twice, walks up the stairs at La Maison Rose, a shelter for women and girls who have fled abuse, rape, forced marriage and other trauma in Dakar, Senegal January 7, 2020. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

A youth, 14, who experienced violence is seen at La Maison Rose, a shelter for women and girls who have fled abuse, rape, forced marriage and other trauma in Dakar, Senegal January 7, 2020. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra