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H 2 Humanitarian crises: advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Reproductive Health Matters

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51

p. 1 - 162

12/2017

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Each year, the number of people affected by humanitarian emergencies continues to increase, and the contexts become more complex, requiring thoughtful, intentional innovation and the creation of an evidence base that informs programme design, implementation and practice. In 2015, the numbers of people forcibly displaced from their homes hit a record high, with a 75% increase in two decades. It is estimated that around 26 million women and girls of reproductive age are living in emergency situations around the world and face increased threats to their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), requiring access to quality services.While services such as food aid, shelter, water and sanitation, security and basic health services are crucial in the early stages of a humanitarian crisis, the provision of reproductive health services, has been recognised as an additional priority early in an emergency.

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SANTE SEXUELLE ET REPRODUCTIVE ; MIGRATION ; NEPAL ; SOMALIE ; THAILANDE ; REPUBLIQUE DEMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO ; SOUDAN ; EUROPE ; OUGANDA ; BURKINA FASO ; AVORTEMENT ; VIOLENCE SEXUELLE ; AIDE HUMANITAIRE ; GUERRE ; PROGRAMME D'ACTION ; DROITS SEXUELS ET REPRODUCTIFS

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