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Ethiopia + 2 more

Very Young Adolescents in Humanitarian Settings: Examining the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs and Risks

An examination of very young adolescents' (ages 10-14) sexual and reproductive health needs and risks. Based on research in Ethiopia, Lebanon, and Thailand. In humanitarian settings, adolescents face multiple risks to their sexual and reproductive health (SRH).…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
Johns Hopkins Univ., IMC, Save the Children, WRC
Posted:
07 Dec 2015
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Sudan

Sudan: Too little for too few - meeting the needs of youth in Darfur

Executive Summary From June to November 2008, the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children conducted an assessment of educational and skills training opportunities available to displaced youth in Darfur. This report looks at the challenges and opportunities young people…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Uganda

Listening to youth: The experiences of young people in northern Uganda - Sep 2007

Executive Summary As Uganda moves forward in an uncertain peace process and faces the challenges of rebuilding, young people will play a key role in shaping their country's future. As the international community strives to better understand, support and uphold…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Uganda

Listening to youth: The experiences of young people in northern Uganda - Jun 2007

Executive Summary In May 2007, the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children (Women's Commission) visited northern Uganda to meet young people and gather their opinions and ideas with respect to the five themes of the Machel Study 10-year Strategic…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Uganda

We want birth control: Reproductive health findings in northern Uganda

Overview The Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children (Women's Commission) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) conducted a reproductive health (RH) assessment among the conflict-affected populations of northern Uganda in February 2007. Northern Uganda has been embroiled in a…

Format:
Situation Report
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Sudan

From the ground up: Education and livelihoods in Southern Sudan

BACKGROUND History of the Conflict Sudan has been in a state of civil war for all but 12 years since it gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1956.The conflict has been drawn primarily along religious and ethnic lines between the…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Sudan

Sudan: Education in Darfur - A critical component of humanitarian response

Children in Darfur face many challenges in receiving an education: too few teachers, overcrowded classrooms and limited or no supplies, among others. Youth face even more difficult barriers: secondary schools do not exist in the internally displaced persons (IDP) camps,…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Sudan

Southern Sudanese returning to nothing; vital needs must be addressed

New York , NY, December 6, 2006-After more than two decades of civil war, the people of South Sudan are coming home by the thousands, the majority women, children and youth. They are returning, however, to nearly nothing. Almost…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Sudan

South Sudan's education challenge

The Women's Commission is undertaking a field mission to assess education and livelihood opportunities in South Sudan from November 4 - 19. Please watch this space for field diary updates from Jenny Perlman Robinson and Dale Buscher (as access…

Format:
Other
Source:
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
Posted:
21 Mar 2011