Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls

University of Southampton


The AGAPE Guide

AGAPE is a Peer Learning Technique applied to the sexual and reproductive health rights of migrant women which aims to contribute and strengthen knowledge and understanding of their own sexual and reproductive rights, especially for those women in a vulnerable state, and to leverage processes in support of their autonomous and responsible exercise of those […]

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Central American Women in Displacement: Needs and Barriers regarding their Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

The University of Southampton through the ReGHID Project and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are implementing the Sexual and Reproductive Health Survey among migrant women who have returned to Honduras and El Salvador after a period of displacement in Mexico. The purpose of the survey is to explore their needs and the barriers they […]

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