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    Gender-based Violence

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    A Double-edged Sword: Livelihoods in Emergencies

    For women in emergencies, assets can help overcome crises but can also quickly turn into liabilities. This review of current practices offers a draft tool to assess risks for individuals in livelihood assessments and programs.
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    Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Programming in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo

    A Case Study

    In 2012, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) and Save the Children undertook a year-long, global exercise to map existing adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) programs that have been implemented since 2009 in humanitarian settings and to document good practices. To operationalize the learning from the ASRH study, the WRC and Save the Children embarked on a pilot project in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The project aimed to improve adolescent (10-19 years) knowledge, attitudes and behaviors around select sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues. This report covers finding and lessons learned.

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    Disability Inclusion

    Translating Policy into Practice in Humanitarian Action

    This report documents positive practices, ongoing challenges and recommendations for promoting disability inclusion in humanitarian programming in eight countries.
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    Reproductive Health for Syrian Refugees in Zaatri and Irbid Jordan

    An Evaluation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP)

    Despite the steady influx of refugees into Jordan that has strained the resource capacity of this humanitarian emergency response, the agencies that provide RH services have been able to implement the MISP for the most part, although there is need for some improvement. In this setting, the study team found some challenges, such as balancing the increasing demands for services while maintaining quality and managing information flow among multiple stakeholders. 

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    Scattered Dreams, Broken Promises

    An Assessment of the Links between Girls’ Empowerment and Gender-based Violence in the Kyaka II Refugee Settlement, Uganda

    An assessment of girls’ empowerment and gender-based violence in Uganda's Kyaka II refugee settlement.
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    Gender-Based Violence and Disability in Displacement Settings (Presentation)

    This presentation describes findings from the Women's Refugee Commission's work with persons with disabilities relating to gender-based violence. It is based on a 2011 – 2014 partnership between the Women's Refugee Commission and UNHCR, concerning the implementation of guidance on working with persons with disabilities in forced displacement. 
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    Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Programs in Humanitarian Settings: An In-Depth Look at Family Planning Services

    The importance of sexual and reproductive health programs for displaced adolescents is receiving increased attention, however there is little documentation of programs that are successful in providing such services, including family planning. To address this gap, the Women’s Refugee Commission and Save the Children undertook a year-long exercise to map existing adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) programs that have been implemented since 2009 and document good practices.
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    Integrating Protection/GBV Mitigation into Livelihood Programs Checklist

    Our research shows that new economic opportunities can increase women's and girls' risk of gender-based violence (GBV). Economic programmers can mitigate many of these risks by understanding how their programs expose women and girls to risk and then building protective elements into their program design and implementation to mitigate these risks as much as possible. This check-list highlights key mitigation steps for livelihoods interventions.
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    In Search of Safety and Solutions

    Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps

    Thousands of Somali refugee adolescent girls ages 10 to 16 are living in refugee camps in Ethiopia. This report details their protection and empowerment needs and priorities; programs and community-based strategies that serve them; and gaps in services from girls’ perspectives.

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    Arrested Development: Colombian Youth in Panama

    There are numerous young Colombian refugees living in Panama's cities. But urban violence and the lack of work or educational opportunities hold them back. Learn about our findings and recommendations to improve their prospects.

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    Community-based Care for Survivors of Sexual Assault

    This short report for health workers is based on our work on the Thai-Burma border with survivors of sexual assault and looks at whether medical care by community health workers is a safe and feasible option of care when access to health facilities is limited.

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    Incorporating Sexual and Reproductive Health Into Emergency Preparedness and Planning

    Women are disproportionately affected by disasters: 90 percent of those killed in the 1991 cyclone in Bangladesh and 80 percent of those killed in the 2004 tsunami were women and girls. For those who do survive, there are devastating, long-term effects on their sexual and reproductive health. In this new report, the Women’s Refugee Commission looks at activities to improve sexual and reproductive health and better prepare for disasters in Haiti, Uganda and South Sudan.

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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.

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