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Sexual And Reproductive Health Among Forcibly Displaced Persons in Urban Environments in Low and Middle-Income Countries: Scoping Review Findings

Most forcibly displaced persons are hosted in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). There is a growing urbanization of forcibly displaced persons, whereby most refugees and nearly half of internally displaced persons live in urban areas. This scoping review assesses the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs, outcomes, and priorities among forcibly displaced persons living in urban LMIC.

The Women’s Refugee Commission’s research from the report Reproductive Health Uganda: Bringing Mobile Clinics to Urban Refugees in Kampala is featured in this article.