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HOW TO GUIDE Reproductive Health in Refugee Situations A Community-Based Response On Sexual Violence Against Women CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS

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The HOW TO GUIDE: This is the first in a planned series to document field experiences on HOW various actors undertook the implementation of Reproductive Health activities. The document was compiled from field reports, discussions with key actors and selected telephone interviews. The audience of the guide is field-based refugee workers including UN system, NGOs and governments staff in the health, community services, protection and other related sectors. Each HOW TO GUIDE documents one field experience which demonstrates an innovative approach to a particular area of RH. It documents how one refugee situation undertook an activity. There are many more such examples. The HOW TO GUIDE is not meant as a definitive recommendation on how to do something, but should be used and adapted as appropriate for each refugee setting. It is hoped that the HOW TO GUIDE series will stimulate a sharing of other similar examples of how various refugee situations are undertaking activities to strengthen responses to the reproductive health needs of refugees. If you have any questions, please contact the specific actors directly involved in the example given. In this case, please direct your queries to the UNHCR, Branch Office

Topics: CONTENTS HOW TO GUIDE, Ngara CITs 1. Who is this guide for
Year: 1997
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