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Refocusing Family Planning in Refugee Settings


Access to family planning services is a human right and neglecting their provision can have serious health consequences. This summary report is based on a multi-country baseline study to document knowledge of family planning, beliefs and practices of refugees, as well as the state of service provision in select refugee settings in Djibouti, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia and Uganda. The goal of the baseline study was to support program planning and service delivery, and subsequently increase family planning uptake among women, men and adolescents.

Jordan Djibouti Malaysia Kenya Uganda Women Family Planning Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Reports