IDPs, Refugees In Urban Settings Face Unique Set Of Challenges; Meeting Needs Requires Collaborative Approach

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: Meeting the Maternal and Newborn Needs of Displaced Persons in Urban Settings
Namita Rao, intern for the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program, discusses the challenges and needs of internally displaced persons and refugees in urban settings, especially those of young women, mothers, and newborns. Rao also highlights the proceedings of a Wilson Center event held on May 31 addressing these topics (6/30).

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