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Disruptions and Adaptations: The Effects of COVID-19 on Contraceptive Services across the Humanitarian-Development Nexus

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In 2020, the Women’s Refugee Commission conducted a series of key informant interviews with diverse stakeholders to document the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on contraceptive service delivery, service delivery innovations and adaptations to continue providing contraception during the pandemic, and barriers and facilitators to the provision of contraceptive and sexual and reproductive health services in COVID-19 preparedness and response in settings across the humanitarian-development nexus.

This series of interviews is one component of a mixed-method landscaping assessment, which includes a literature review, a global coverage survey of contraceptive service delivery in humanitarian settings (coverage survey), two series of key informant interviews with stakeholders across the humanitarian development nexus, and three case studies in diverse humanitarian settings—Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, Borno State, Nigeria, and Cyclone Idai-affected Mozambique.

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