Women and girls with disabilities may be excluded from efforts to achieve menstrual health during emergencies. The review objectives were to identify and map the scope of available evidence on the inclusion of disability in menstrual health during emergencies and understand its focus in comparison to menstrual health for people without disabilities in emergencies. You can read the full report by clicking the download link on the right hand side of this page.
Wilbur J, Clemens F, Sweet E, Banks LM and Morrison C (2022) The inclusion of disability within efforts to address menstrual health during humanitarian emergencies: A systematized review. Front. Water 4:983789. doi: 10.3389/frwa.2022.983789
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