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Changes in HIV/AIDS/STI knowledge, attitudes and practices among commercial sex workers and military forces in Port Loko, Sierra Leone.
Sierra Leone suffered from 11 years of civil war (1991-2002) resulting in tens of thousands of deaths and mutilations together with massive population displacement. In 2001, ARC International, SierraExpand
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Evaluations of reproductive health programs in humanitarian settings: a systematic review
  • S. Casey
  • Medicine
  • Conflict and Health
  • 2 February 2015
Provision of reproductive health (RH) services is a minimum standard of health care in humanitarian settings; however access to these services is often limited. This systematic review, one componentExpand
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Changes in HIV/AIDS/STI knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours among the youth in Port Loko, Sierra Leone
Abstract Sierra Leone suffered from 11 years of civil war (1991–2002) resulting in tens of thousands of deaths and mutilations and massive population displacement. In 2001, ARC International, SierraExpand
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Family planning in conflict: results of cross-sectional baseline surveys in three African countries
BackgroundDespite the serious consequences of conflict for reproductive health, populations affected by conflict and its aftermath face tremendous barriers to accessing reproductive health services,Expand
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Progress and gaps in reproductive health services in three humanitarian settings: mixed-methods case studies
BackgroundReproductive health (RH) care is an essential component of humanitarian response. Women and girls living in humanitarian settings often face high maternal mortality and are vulnerable toExpand
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Lessons Never Learned: Crisis and gender‐based violence
Abstract The COVID‐19 pandemic exposes underlying inequalities in our socio‐economic and health systems, such as gender‐based violence (GBV). In emergencies, particularly ones that involveExpand
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Availability of long-acting and permanent family-planning methods leads to increase in use in conflict-affected northern Uganda: Evidence from cross-sectional baseline and endline cluster surveys
Abstract Humanitarian assistance standards require specific attention to address the reproductive health (RH) needs of conflict-affected populations. Despite these internationally recognisedExpand
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COVID-19 in humanitarian settings and lessons learned from past epidemics
In the COVID-19 pandemic, the most vulnerable people are most likely to be the hardest hit. What can we learn from past epidemics to protect not only refugees but also the wider population?
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Care-seeking behavior by survivors of sexual assault in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In February 2008, trained female interviewers collected data on sexual violence and use of medical services following sexual assault from 607 women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).Expand
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