Contraceptive Services in Humanitarian Settings and in the Humanitarian-Development Nexus

The Women’s Refugee Commission completed a landscaping assessment from 2018–2020 to evaluate and build the evidence base on barriers, opportunities, and effective strategies to provide contraceptive services to women and girls affected by crises. Despite some progress made toward making contraceptives available in humanitarian settings, contraceptive service provision continues to be a gap in humanitarian […]

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