Hamza H. Moghari
Reproductive Health Technical Advisor, International Rescue Committee
New York, NY, USA
We’ve seen a lot of advancements in the field of family planning and contraceptive services in humanitarian settings, and I think it’s because there’s a growing agreement that we’ve made a lot of false assumptions about what women and girls in humanitarian settings want and what are some of the more critical services that they need. I think that there’s sort of a knee-jerk reaction to what are the services that are most important in crisis or unstable settings, like water and sanitation, shelter, food. At the same time, we know that there are very few interventions which are as life-saving and as transformative as the provision of family planning to women and girls that want it.
So we’re really trying to change that conversation and make family planning as important as providing water and sanitation and shelter and some of those other critical services as soon as possible in an emergency.
Hamza H. Moghari
Women Deliver Young Leader
International Y-Peer Network Advanced Peer Education Trainer
International Youth Alliance for Family Planning - IYAFP Country Coordinator and IPPF member
In the conflict zone that I live in, Palestine, family planning services and reproductive health are not addressed as a first priority for most governmental organizations and NGOs, since most of their emergency responses focus on basic needs such as food and shelter. Women barely find access to contraceptives. Furthermore, pregnant women are threatened by unsafe abortion due to lack of access to safe health care clinics or hospitals. I urgently call the concerned agencies to allocate more resources and power for families who are suffering in humanitarian settings all over the world.
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