Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls

University of Southampton

ReGHID team presents preliminary findings to stakeholders at the ILMD Fiocruz Amazônia Institute in Brazil

ReGHID team presents preliminary findings to stakeholders at the ILMD Fiocruz Amazônia Institute in Brazil

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OIM Honduras is currently showcasing REGHID research activities in Central America. This collaboration between ReGHID at the University of Southampton and IOM – UN MIGRATION  OIM Honduras is leading a study based on qualitative and quantitative analysis based on the implementation of a new survey on needs and barriers related to sexual and reproductive health of displaced women and adolescents in Central America.

The ReGHID Project team, led by Prof Pia Riggirozzi is proud of this work that supports the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), SDG 3 to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health care services; SDG 5 on gender equality; SDG 10 on reducing inequalities; SDG 11 on sustainable communities (11.5 on protection of displaced); and SDG 17 on partnership for development.

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