Change the context not the girls: Improving efforts to reduce teenage pregnancy in Sierra Leone

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In 2013 Sierra Leone ranked among the ten nations with the highest rates of teenage pregnancy in the world. If the Government of Sierra Leone’s renewed National Strategy for the Reduction of Teenage Pregnancy is to succeed, a more contextually tailored approach is needed. This report makes five recommendations.

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Regional Humanitarian Challenges in the Sahel

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The Sahel rarely makes headlines. Until the early 2000s, it was on the margins of geopolitical interest and of humanitarian action and debate. Today, the Sahel is on center stage…

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No End in Sight: A Case Study of Humanitarian Action and the Syrian Conflict Component 2. The Contemporary Humanitarian Landscape: Malaise, Blockages and Game Changes

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By Kimberly Howe | May 2016

The scale of the Syrian conflict and resulting humanitarian need constitute one of the largest crises of our time.  This case study analyzes contemporary humanitarian action inside Syria, cross-border operations,…

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The impact of mental health and psychosocial support programs for populations affected by humanitarian emergencies: A systematic review protocol

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This protocol details the methodology for an evidence synthesis on mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian crises. The evidence synthesis asks “What are the effects of mental health and…

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Impact of WASH Interventions during Disease Outbreaks in Humanitarian Emergencies: A systematic review protocol

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This protocol details the methodology for an evidence synthesis on WASH in humanitarian crises. The evidence synthesis asks “What are the outcomes and impacts of WASH interventions during disease outbreaks…

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