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    Baseline Study: Family Planning Among Somali Refugees in Djibouti

    Baseline Study: Family Planning Among Somali Refugees in Ali Addeh, Djibouti

    REPORT FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS

    Baseline Study: Family Planning Among Burmese Refugees in Malaysia

    Baseline Study: Family Planning Among Burmese Refugees in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    REPORT FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS

    Baseline Study: Family Planning Among Refugees in Uganda

    Baseline Study: Family Planning Among Refugees in Nakivale, Refugee Settlement, Uganda

    REPORT FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS

    Family Planning in Malakal, South Sudan - In Arabic

    This beneficiary report is based on results of a community-based pilot project by the Women’s Refugee Commission, the American Refugee Committee and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, looking at community-based distribution of family planning. It is in the Arabic language.

    Preventing Gender-based Violence, Building Livelihoods: Guidance and Tools for Improved Programming

    Women displaced by conflict or natural disaster adopt new strategies to provide for themselves and their families. These new strategies often place them at risk of gender-based violence. This guidance is based on promising practices on how to design safe economic programs and livelihood activities.

    See also our e-learning tool http://www.womensrefugeecommission.org/ … ivelihoods

    Family Planning Baseline Studies Summary - French

    In collaboration with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, we undertook a five-country baseline assessment on family planning to document knowledge, beliefs, perceptions and practices of refugees, as well as the state of service provision. Read our summary report on Djibouti, with our findings and recommendations.

    Uchanganuzi wa Utafiti: Kupanga Familia Miongoni mwa Wakimbizi Walioko kwa Makazi ya Wakimbizi...

    Uchanganuzi wa Utafiti: Kupanga Familia Miongoni mwa Wakimbizi Walioko kwa Makazi ya Wakimbizi ya Nakivale, Ugand

    The language used in this report is Swahili.

    Gundhiga Daraasada: Qorsheynta Qoyska ee Soomaalida degan Xaafada Eastleigh Dhexdeeda...

    Gundhiga Daraasada: Qorsheynta Qoyska ee Soomaalida degan Xaafada Eastleigh Dhexdeeda, Nairobi, Kenya

    The language used in this report is Somali.

    Baseline Study: Family Planning Among Iraqi Refugees in Amman, Jordan

    The language used in this report is Arabic.

    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.

    Dhalinyarada iyo Dadka Dhibaataysan: Isku xidhka Dhaqaale ee Dhalinyarada Barakacayaasha Nayroobi...

    Young and Restless: Harnessing the Economic Resilience of Displaced Youth in Nairobi (Somali version)

    In Search of Safety and Solutions | Report for Community Contributors | English

    Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps, Ethiopia

    Report for Community Contributors

    In Search of Safety and Solutions | Report for Community Contributors | Amharic

    Sheder iyo Aw Barre, Itoobiya

    Daraasaadka waxaa Fuliyay Komishinka Qaxootiga ee Dumarka

    In Search of Safety and Solutions: Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps, Ethiopia

    Report for Community Contributors - Somali version

    In Search of Safety and Solutions | Executive Summary and Key Recommendations | Amharic

    In Search of Safety and Solutions: Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps, Ethiopia

    Executive Summary and Key Recommendations - Amharic version

    Estancamiento del desarrollo: Jóvenes colombianos en Panamá

    Arrested Development: Colombian Youth in Panama - Spanish version

    Forced From Home: Executive Summary (Spanish)

    En Español

    El aumento de la migración de niños no acompañados a los Estados Unidos

    Comenzando a principios de octubre de 2011, se ha venido dando un aumento sin precedentes del número de niños extranjeros no acompañados (UAC, unaccompanied alien children) de los países centroamericanos de Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras que emigran a los Estados Unidos. Durante los primeros seis meses del año fiscal 2012, agentes de inmigración estadounidenses detuvieron casi el doble del número de niños que fueron detenidos en años anteriores. La Oficina de Reubicación de Refugiados (ORR, Office of Refugee Resettlement), bajo el Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos (HHS, Department of Health and Human Services), es la agencia encargada de cuidar y de custodiar a estos niños. La ORR tuvo un número sin precedente de 10.005 a su cargo en abril de 2012.