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    Report for Contributors | SRH & Disability | Kampala, Uganda | Swahili

    Report for Contributors (Swahili)

    In December-January, 2014, the WRC and the Refugee Law Project conducted a study in Kampala to find out more about the sexual and reproductive health needs and concerns of persons with different types of disabilities, and their capacities to overcome the challenges. This is a preliminary report for study participants.

    The report is also available in Kinyarwanda, Somali and English.

    ASRH Pilot Annex

    Case Study Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Programming in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo

    ÉTUDE DE CAS : Programme de santé sexuelle et reproductive des adolescents à Goma, République démocratique du Congo

    Annex 2: Detailed findings from target adolescent groups

    In 2012, the WRC and Save the Children conducted a small pilot project to operationalize learning from our 2012 ASRH Report. The annex details quantitative findings from the target adolescents in the pilot project. The full report is available in English and French.

    ÉTUDE DE CAS : Programme de santé sexuelle et reproductive des adolescents à Goma, République démocratique du Congo

    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.

    Disability Inclusion Translating Policy into Practice - Full Report - Word Version

    This version is provided for the benefit of blind users.

    Disability Inclusion: Translating Policy into Practice - Executive Summary - Word Version

    This version is provided for blind users with text-recognition software.

    Disability Inclusion: Translating Policy into Practice in Humanitarian Action - Exec Summary - French

    (French) This document highlights the most important points made in the report "Disability Inclusion: Translating Policy to Practice in Humanitarian Action." These include key findings and recommendations for NGOs, UNHCR, and funders.

    Detained or Deported? Parental Toolkit (English, Print)

    This toolkit provides detained and deported immigrant and undocumented mothers and fathers with crucial information they need to protect and maintain parental rights and make well-informed, critical decisions regarding the care and welfare of their children. It includes information on how to get a lawyer, how to stay in touch with children, and how to participate in family court or child welfare hearings.

    The toolkit also provides officials, attorneys, service providers and family members who work with detained parents and their children with critical information to ensure that family unity and children’s best interests are taken into consideration in immigration decisions.

    If you would like to print this toolkit, click here.

    Me han Detendo o Deportado: Que Pasara con mis hijos o hijas? (Parental Rights Toolkit | Spanish, Print)

    This toolkit provides detained and deported immigrant and undocumented mothers and fathers with crucial information they need to protect and maintain parental rights and make well-informed, critical decisions regarding the care and welfare of their children. It includes information on how to get a lawyer, how to stay in touch with children, and how to participate in family court or child welfare hearings.

    The toolkit also provides officials, attorneys, service providers and family members who work with detained parents and their children with critical information to ensure that family unity and children’s best interests are taken into consideration in immigration decisions.

    [Spanish-language Version of "Detained or Deported? Parental Toolkit"]

    Detenida o Deportada? Una Guia Breve Para Mantener La Custodia de Sus Hijos

    [Spanish-Lanugage Version of "Detained or Deported? Short Guide to Maintaining Custody of Your Children"]

    Prepare un plan: Guía para padres inmigrantes para prevenir la separación familiar

     

    Prepare un plan: Guía para padres inmigrantes para prevenir la separación familiar

    El cumplimiento de las leyes de inmigración es cada vez más estricto. Los padres inmigrantes pueden y deben tomar pasos para prepararse para la posibilidad de separación de sus hijos. Esto aumentará la probabilidad de que puedan reunirse con sus hijos si son detenidos o expulsados.

    Observe que esta información se incluye solo con fines in-formativos y no constituye un consejo legal. Siempre es re-comendable solicitar la asistencia de un abogado. Si intenta acceder a servicios del gobierno (como la solicitud de un pasa-porte, conversar con la escuela de sus hijos o presentarse a un tribunal) puede arriesgarse a ser detenido si su estado ha aprobado legislación contra la inmigración. Tome las decisio-nes con cuidado y, de ser posible, solicite a una persona con estado legal que lo ayude.

    [Spanish-Language version of "Make A Plan: Migrant Parents’ Guide to Preventing Family Separation"]