This report identifies opportunities and challenges for reparations of survivors of sexual and-gender based violence in Chad. The report shows how victims of CRSV have received no financial compensation or other forms of reparations, such as rehabilitation, despite sexual violence being so systematic under Habré that they were characterised as a crime against humanity by the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC), an ad hoc court sitting in Senegal, established by Senegal and the African Union