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A cross-sectional mixed-methods study of sexual and reproductive health knowledge, experiences and access to services among refugee adolescent girls in the Nakivale refugee settlement, Uganda
(Reproductive Health, 2019)
Background: Humanitarian crises and migration make girls and women more vulnerable to poor sexual and reproductive health (SRH) outcomes. Nevertheless, there is still a dearth of information on SRH outcomes and access to ...
A Systematic Review of Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge, Experiences and Access to Services among Refugee, Migrant and Displaced Girls and Young Women in Africa
(International journal of environmental research and public health, 2018-07-26)
Adolescent girls and young women are an overlooked group within conflict- or disaster-affected populations, and their sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs are often neglected. Existing evidence shows that forced ...
Burundi refugees’ influx: A threat or a blessing to Uganda’s social service delivery.
Back Ground: Social Service delivery to refugees is part of the human rights promotion interventions and in Uganda, it is enshrined1 in the Refugees Act 2006 and Refugees Regulations 2010, which are part of the global ...
A Qualitative Study Exploring Menstruation Experiences and Practices among Adolescent Girls Living in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement, Uganda
(International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2020-09-11)
(1) Background: Girls in low- and lower-middle income countries face challenges in menstrual health management (MHM), which impact their health and schooling. This might be exacerbated by refugee conditions. This study ...