Post-Conflict Health Care: Women's Lives After Conflict
In post-conflict societies many essential resources have been destroyed. Opposing forces, to weaken their opponents, often target health facilities. Along with the scarcity of hospitals, many specialists are displaced. This causes instability for civilians, affecting women disproportionately. Women are vulnerable post-conflict due to increased sexual violence during and after conflict, an increase of women living in poverty or as refugees, and a need for maternal health assistance. Studies focus on the issues of healthcare for women during conflict, but the lack of accessibility continues ...
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