Maternal, Sexual, Reproductive Health Services Must Be Integrated In Response Efforts During Humanitarian Crises
Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: As Humanitarian Crises Multiply, Maternal Health and Safety of Women Becoming a Focus
Katrina Braxton, program assistant for the Wilson Center’s Maternal Health Initiative, discusses the risk that women and girls face during humanitarian crises and how organizations can integrate sexual and reproductive health services for women during emergencies. The blog post includes a video of an expert discussion on the topic (2/25).
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