This study among refugees with a variety of disabilities in Kakuma refugee camp is one of three studies exploring the intersections between SRH and disability in humanitarian settings. In the Kakuma study, a total of 96 refugees with disabilities participated in the study, of whom 62 were women and girls, and 34 were men and boys. Seventeen caregivers and family members of refugees with disabilities were also consulted. Participants were consulted in Somali, Kiswahili, Arabic, English and Somali sign.
Africa Kenya Adolescent Girls Women Disability Family Planning Maternal Health Gender and Social Inclusion Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Reports