The articles in the feature section of this FMR hint at the breadth of reproductive health research and programming being carried out in conflict and post-conflict settings around the world.
The Women's Commission's EBP Fund is exploring ways of meeting the particular RH needs of conflict-affected refugee adolescents.
How should young people be involved in sexual RH programmes?
Priority must be given by national and international actors to rehabilitate health systems in Afghanistan in order to meet basic health needs.
Provision of reproductive health services and training for local health workers among returned indigenous Guatemalans has proved valuable.
Is enough being done to provide displaced women with emergency obstetric care (EmOC)?
Effective RH logistics are essential and feasible.
Inclusion of refugees in HIV/AIDS programmes reduces the spread of pandemic among refugee populations and host countries.
NGOs are learning to talk about sex with at-risk HIV/AIDS populations.
Conducting GBV prevalence research in conflict-affected settings presents a host of scientific, ethical, security and methodological challenges.
Gender-based violence remains one of the most challenging issues in refugee/IDP settings.
Participatory surveys in Ugandan refugee settlements point the way to more effective interventions.
Meeting the sexual and reproductive needs of displaced Colombians must be part of a process of restoring their lost rights of citizenship.
Marie Stopes faces the challenge of providing cost-effective RH services.
The Iraq crisis presents critical challenges to the humanitarian community.
Unfamiliar with hosting refugees, South Africa is struggling to come to terms with their arrival.
Research undertaken in Kenya indicates that interpreters can hinder good communication in the RSD process.
The consultations which precede the annual meeting of UNHCR's Executive Committee ('Pre-ExCom', in UN jargon) are an important forum for NGOs to raise concerns with UNHCR about the protection of refugees and IDPs. The report of Pre-ExCom is presented to the Executive Committee.