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In 2016, at the instigation of UNHCR, Julie Marshall, Manchester Metropolitan University UK, Helen Barrett, Communicability Global Rwanda, and Sidra Anwar, UNHCR Rwanda, carried out a small scoping study and literature review to begin to understand and describe the challenges to supporting refugee-survivors of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) who have a communication disability (CD), in Rwanda.

This consultation aimed to document current SRHE provision, identify good practice and challenges, understand refugees’ perspectives and make recommendations for possible ways forward. The Briefing Note provides a brief overview of the findings of two projects carried out, in 2016 and 2018 respectively.

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