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Enhancing the use of emergency contraception in a refugee setting

Esther Muia

Enhancing the use of emergency contraception in a refugee setting

findings from a baseline survey in Kakuma refugee camps, Kenya

by Esther Muia

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Published by International Rescue Committee, Population Council in [Nairobi] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kenya.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Kenya,
    • Women refugees -- Medical care -- Kenya,
    • Contraceptives, Postcoital

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEsther Muia, Fariyal F. Fikree, Joyce Olenja.
      ContributionsFikree, Fariyal F., Olenja, Joyce M.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.K4 M85 2000
      The Physical Object
      Pagination63 p. :
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3985338M
      LC Control Number2001313480

        Study settings included an IRC operated hospital in Dadaab Refugee Camp, Kenya, two government operated hospitals in Sheder and My’Ayni Refugee Camps in Ethiopia, two health facilities operated by a local non-governmental organization in an urban refugee setting in Amman, Jordan, and two referral hospitals and twenty-eight health posts. Start studying Global Public Health Exam 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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      This chapter sets the background and context for the rest of the book. It talks about the history and progress of community-based health care (CBHC), and the many emerging challenges we now face. These challenges include a lack of trained health workers, poor planning and capacity at the national level, and weak or non-existent health : Ted Lankester. Definition of a refugee emergency 2. The definition of a refugee emergency for the purposes of UNHCR and this handbook might be: any situation in which the life or well-being of refugees will be threatened unless immediate and appropriate action is taken, and which demands an extraordinary response and exceptional measures. 3.


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Title(s): Enhancing the use of emergency contraception in a refugee setting: findings from a baseline survey in Kakuma refugee camps, Kenya/ Esther Muia, Fariyal F. Fikree, Joyce Olenja.

Emergency contraception in post-conflict Somalia: assessing awareness and perceptions of need. Enhancing the Use of Emergency Contraception in a Refugee Setting: Findings from a Baseline.

Enhancing the Use of Emergency Contraception in a Refugee Setting, Kakuma This research was sponsored by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and was conducted with others from the Population Council. The project focused on emergency contraception as an aspect of reproductive need of refugee women and men of.

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and to enhancing the protection of women and girls. Given this, we must: • work to ensure the meaningful participation of women and girls in the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of all our operations, policies, and programmes.

• promote the right of girls to participate in decision. Emergency contraception – a higher dosage of hormonal contraceptive pills begun within 72 hours of rape – is an effective, affordable and non-surgical option for the prevention of pregnancy recommended in WHO/UNHCR’s Clinical Management of Rape Survivors: Developing Protocols for Use with Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons.

7. The public health and development communities must make better use of data. It is vital to collect good quality data and use it to improve service delivery and programme management in emergency settings.

Data can act as a powerful tool for advocacy and must be brought to policymakers, donors and programme staff. Sexual assault is a threat to public health in refugee and conflict affected settings, placing survivors at risk for unintended pregnancy, unsafe abortion, STIs, HIV, psychological trauma, and social stigma.

In response, the International Rescue Committee developed a multimedia training tool to encourage competent, compassionate, and confidential clinical care for sexual assault survivors in Cited by: SEXUAL HEALTH, ASYLUM SEEKERS AND REFUGEES P. 10 fpa • funding bodies • and many other organisations.

ouR AIms The handbook can be used in many ways. You may want to: • know more about the sexual health issues that affect refugee and asylum seekers • find out about a particular area of concern, and the organisations and resources.

Introduction efforts from several countries have been documented in the literature. These are summarized in Table 7 and also in a recent paper by Westley A related paper by Goodyear and McGinn70 reviews the use of emergency contraception in refugee settings. Research on emergency contraception services in developing countries is by: QSEN Competencies.

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Use of emergency contraception (EC) within hours after unprotected or underprotected intercourse can reduce the risk of pregnancy. Emergency contraceptive methods include oral medications labeled and dedicated for use as EC by the US Food and Drug Administration (ulipristal and levonorgestrel), the “off-label” use of combined oral.

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Background. Sexual assault is a global public health and human rights challenge, and a particular threat to refugee, internally displaced, and post-conflict populations [].At least one in three of the world’s female population is either physically or sexually abused in her lifetime and one in four women experience sexual violence by an intimate partner [].Cited by: Public Health Department Policy & Procedure Manual Example Policy & Procedure Effective Revised/Reviewed 1.

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Conflict. The project will be teaching primary care health to use The Face Book tool’s pictorial scale to screen, detect, and document peri- and post-partum Author: Grand Challenges Canada.

In this article, we describe the collaborative and inter-sectoral revision process and highlight major changes in the IAFM. We conclude with an outline of plans for releasing the IAFM and facilitating uptake by those working in refugee, crisis, conflict, and emergency settings. lists it as 5 in with progestin-only pills, 1 in for 'combination pills', and 5 in for 'perfect use', of progestin pills, which implies that it perfect use is not very common.

This planned parenthood page [2] is listing condom pregnancy rates at 14 per for a year of use, 'only three will become pregnant if condoms are used. One of the goals is to increase the proportion of women at risk of an unintended pregnancy and their partners who use contraception.

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Characteristics of African American Adolescent Females Who Use Emergency Contraception, Erin Little. PDF. Characterization of DrrAB Complex from Streptomyces Peucetius as A Multidrug Transporter, Wen Li. PDF. Characterization of one of the the REF-1 Family Members, HLH, in C.

elegans, Raymarie Gomez-Vazquez. PDF. Emergency contraception: new research and new challenges. Health care reform and abortion access. Enhancing Community Benefit Activities through Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) and Healthy People Emergency Department Use for Preventable Dental Conditions: Magnitude of the Problem and Solutions.The guidelines also cover public awareness campaigns, educational activities and the setting up of women's groups to report and respond to violence.

Based on work in Guinea [45] and the United Republic of Tanzania, [46] the International Rescue Committee has developed a programme to combat sexual violence in refugee communities.Provider practice improved following training as demonstrated by a documented increase in eligible survivors receiving emergency contraception from 50% to 82% (p.