Un examen systématique de la santé reproductive des femmes réfugiées
There is a lack of evidence on how best to identify and prevent negative reproductive health outcomes regarding the resettlement of refugee women, associated with their migration experience, compared to their non-refugee counterparts.
Refugee women face many health problems when in transit or in camps; Divergent views on the impact of migration on family planning and fertility are documented. The objective of this systematic review was to determine the differences in reproductive health status between refugee women in resettlement countries and their non-refugee counterparts. As the data come mainly from studies of methodologies and of varying quality among the population, it is appropriate for political decision-making to conduct high-quality studies on refugee women from diverse backgrounds,
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