Reporting about Sexual & Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Emergencies
Updated: Jun 1, 2020
This month I published a story for RH Reality Check about a new UNFPA report urging funding for sexual and reproductive health care services for women and girls in humanitarian emergencies. The piece focuses on the need for improved funding and research for abortion in refugee settings as well as the need to work with local communities in emergency preparedness and response.
For the story I interviewed Sandra Krause, director of Reproductive Health at the Women’s Refugee Commission, IAWG researcher Sarah Chynoweth and University of Massachusetts Boston economics professor Kade Finoff.
Click here for the full story.