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Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Toolkit for Humanitarian Settings
, September 2009
This toolkit was developed as a companion to the Inter-Agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Refugee Settings to help humanitarian program managers and healthcare providers meet the sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents when an emergency strikes, and to ensure that service providers and program managers have the right resources to make programs acceptable, accessible and appropriate for adolescents in emergency situations. It includes user-friendly tools for assessing adolescent needs, fostering participation with communities and parents, and identifying reproductive health entry points in existing adolescent programs.
Clinical Care for Sexual Assault Survivors: a multimedia training tool
The goal of this tool is to improve the clinical care of sexual assault survivors in low resource settings by demonstrating compassionate, competent, and confidential care in keeping with international standards. It is intended for use in the training of all staff in health clinics (clinicians and non-clinicians) who interact with sexual assault survivors.
Counselling Training Manual Trauma, Guilt and Self Esteem
This training package is prepared for counsellors and health care providers who offer sexual and reproductive health services to women and youhg people. The focal areas are trauma, guilt and self-esteem.
Engaging Boys and Men in GBV Prevention and Reproductive Health in Conflict and Emergency-Response Settings: A Workshop Module
, March 2009
A training guide for a 2-day skill-building workshop to introduce the topic of engaging boys and men in RH in conflict and emergency-response settings. The module includes a facilitator's guide, handouts, slides for presentations, and participant resources for additional reading. The module is intended for personnel working in conflict and other emergency-response settings. This module is appropriate for staff that have had some training in gender, GBV prevention, and reproductive health.
How To Guide: Reproductive Health Education for Adolescents
, February 1998
This guide documents the field experiences of how various actors undertook reproductive health education for adolescents activities. The intended audience is field-based refugee workers, including UN system, NGO and government staff.
Inter-agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings
The 2010 Inter-agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings is an update of the 1999 Reproductive Health in Refugee Situations: An Inter-agency Field Manual, the authoritative guidance on reproductive health interventions in humanitarian settings.
The document is available chapter-by-chapter and as a single zip file by following the link above, as well as Arabic, Bahasa, Dari, French and Spanish translations, corrections, details of regional launches and hard copy ordering.
Minimum Initial Service Package Advocacy Sheet
, December 2009
This document summarizes the importance of implementing the MISP at the onset of every emergency, as advocacy messages for policy makers.
Minimum Initial Services Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations: A Distance Learning Module
, July 2011
A self-instructional learning module that helps to increase knowledge of priority reproductive health services to initiate at the onset of a crisis. Module includes chapter quizzes and post-test. A passing score on the post-test will result in certification.
Overview: Adolescent Reproductive Health in Refugee Settings
The previous version of the module dates back to 2006 and is also available in French, and available here for download in English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Bahasa, and Russian.
A Burmese version is available here.
Also available are fact sheets and inserts (English, French, Spanish and Arabic).
A "cheat sheet" is also available in English ((IPPF/Women's Refugee Commission, December 2009)), Arabic (WRC, March 2012),French (UNFPA, March 2010), Spanish, and Bahasa.
This document summarizes key facts and resources on adolescent reproductive health in refugee settings. It is intended for refugee service staff and decision-makers.
Partnering with Local Organizations to Support the Reproductive Health of Adolescent Refugees: A Three-year Analysis
, October 2003
This report examines the work of organisations supported by the Eleanor Bellows Pillsbury Fund for Reproductive Health Care and Rights for Adolescent Refugees. It includes lessons learned, case studies, and strategic planning for the future.
Reproductive Health Services for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: Report of an Inter-agency Global Evaluation
, November 2004
Report of an Inter-agency Global Evaluation 2004, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, November 2004. This report highlights the status of reproductive health services for refugees and internally displaced persons, identifies gaps in these services, and outlines the way forward with respect to strengthening and/or expanding services. In addition to the report and its appendices, there is a brief synopsis, web film, and PowerPoint presentations.
Resource List for Adolescent Reproductive Health Programming in Conflict Settings
, December 2006
This list is a collection of resources on adolescent reproductive health. These resources can assist program managers, advocates and policy makers in their efforts to improve ARH.
RHRC 2003 Conference Proceedings: From Disaster to Development
, October 2003
This page features a summary of the proceedings, a book of abstracts, and select presentations from the RHRC Consortium Conference held in Brussels, Belgium, October 7-8, 2003.
RHRC Consortium 2000 Conference Proceedings: Reproductive Health of Refugees and Displaced Populations
, December 2000
This page features the proceedings of the RHRC Conference 'Findings On Reproductive Health Of Refugees And Displaced Populations', held in Washington DC, December 5-6, 2000.
Work with Young Refugees to Ensure Their Reproductive Health and Well-being: It's Their Right and Our Duty
This document includes key facts, messages and tools to advocate for and implement reproductive health work with young refugees.