Security and Governance, U.S. Foreign Assistance

Women and War: The Need for Comprehensive Post-Rape Care

“It has probably become more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier in armed conflict.”  ~ Major-General Patrick Cammaert, former commander of United Nations (U.N.) peacekeeping forces in the eastern Congo During the past two decades, the world has … Continue Reading

Standing With Syria Means Remembering Its Women

As the world marks the third anniversary of the conflict in Syria this week, Save the Children UK released this short video featuring a young girl living in London and exploring what her life would be like if she lived … Continue Reading

Family Planning, Maternal Health, Reproductive Health Supplies

More Than the Minimum Improving Reproductive Health for Women in Conflict Settings

This week marks the third anniversary of the conflict in Syria. In the last eight months, the number of Syrians in need of humanitarian assistance has risen from 6.8 million to 9.3 million, many of whom are women. These are … Continue Reading

Family Planning, Maternal Health, Reproductive Health Supplies

Syria’s Expectant Mothers Face Dual Perils of Bombs and Birth

Imagine what it would be like to live in a city under siege. Now imagine that you are just weeks, or even days, away from giving birth. Do you remain where you are, knowing that when the time comes you … Continue Reading

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