Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences Report

Since the creation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) standard in 1997, focus on SRH in emergency settings has grown. This report synthesizes lessons learned from the field through a series of three case studies. Analyzing examples of how SRH was integrated into emergency and disaster risk management for health in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region, Macedonia, and Pakistan, revealed the achievements and challenges of working in this area. Learning shows that efforts to integrate SRH into emergency and disaster risk management for health appear to take a non-linear path and are based on opportunities, honest reflection, and iterative processes.

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