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  • Reports on Disability & Strengthening Local Organizations

    Disability & Strengthening Local Organizations

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    Beirut I: Strengthening Peer Networks for Refugees with Disabilities

    Interventions for Strengthening GBV Prevention and Response for Urban Refugees

    Previous research has demonstrated that refugees with intellectual disabilities living in urban areas face added risks of violence, including GBV, due to the breakdown in protective peer networks, and exclusion activities which might confer access to age- and gender-appropriate information and education. Throughout 2015 and 2016, the WRC partnered with a local organization called the Lebanese Association for Self-Advocacy (LASA) to strengthen protective peer networks for refugees with disabilities living in Beirut. Sessions supported refugees with disabilities living in Beirut to reflect on safety issues, including how these might be different for women, men, girls and boys with disabilities, as well as how these might relate to nationality/country of origin. These sessions also helped to strengthen their protective peer networks in the community. For more information, please see the video entitled Meaningful Programs for Engaging Refugees with Disabilities in Lebanon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYGNk1RuZ-o
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    "It doesn’t matter if you are disabled. You are talented"

    The intersection of sexual and reproductive health and disability for Bhutanese refugees in Damak, Nepal

    A qualitative assessment of the specific risks, needs and barriers for Bhutanese refugees with disabilities to accessing SRH services in Beldangi refugee camp, Damak, Nepal. Their capacities and practical ways to overcome these challenges were also examined.
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    "The Woman Can Decide for Herself" | Kakuma, Kenya | English

    The Intersection of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Disability

    A qualitative examination of the specific risks, needs and barriers that refugees with disabilities face in accessing sexual and reproductive health services—and of their capacities and practical ways to overcome these challenges. Findings are based on findings from camp-based refugees in Kakuma, Kenya.