Tag: humanitarian settings

Center-led Program in Bangladesh to Improve Reproductive Health Services for Rohingya Refugees

Modeled on its successful accountability initiative in Uganda, program at Cox’s Bazar refugee settlement aims to enhance delivery of sexual, reproductive and maternal health services.

Pilot Program at Uganda Refugee Settlement Improves Delivery of SRHR Services

New report outlines how a “circle of accountability” program by the Center and CARE Uganda brought refugee and host women and girls closer to decisions impacting their lives.

Implementing Rights-based Accountability for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Settings (Report)

Read the report of the pilot study conducted by the Center and CARE International in Uganda.

Webinar: Accountability for Women and Girls in Humanitarian Situations

Register for this March 8 side event to the 49th session of the U.N. Human Rights Council.

Reproductive health and glyphosate in the context of the armed conflict

As the Colombian government has tried to restart its aerial fumigation program with a herbicide called glyphosate, the Center for Reproductive Rights has published a report showing that the herbicide used in the program had negative effects on people’s reproductive health and making public policy recommendations to maintain that government program stopped. The Center supports […]

Front Lines E-newsletter: News From the Global Fight for Reproductive Rights

The Center for Reproductive Rights issued a new edition of its monthly newsletter, Front Lines, with the latest updates on the Center’s work in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the United States. In this month’s issue, you’ll learn about the Center’s recent dialogue in Abuja, Nigeria on sexual and reproductive rights […]