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Reproductive Health for Refugees

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Bibliographic information:


JSI Research and Training Institute. 1995. Reproductive Health for Refugees: A Selected Bibliography. Arlington, VA: JSI Research and Training Institute. 




As noted in the introduction, the purpose of this bibliography is to "provide key information to support the rapid development of reproductive health services for refugees and internally displaced persons" (p. 2).  References are organized chronologically under eight topics:  family planning, HIV/AIDS/STDS, sexual and gender violence, gynecological services, maternal care, policy and advocacy, reproductive health indicators and program planning, and demographic information.  Keywords and geographical terms, when relevant, have been added to each entry.  Almost 200 references are included; most date from the 1990s. 







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