Delivering Infectious Disease Interventions to Women and Children in Conflict Settings: A systematic review

In countries and regions across the world, there are significant gaps in access to infectious disease interventions within health systems. In some instances, these are further impeded by war, civil unrest and political violence. There is an urgent need to better address the vulnerabilities of women and children in such settings. 

This paper is part of a set of eight systematic reviews using a common protocol to examine the delivery of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition interventions in conflict settings. It aims to systematically characterize the literature on the delivery of infectious disease interventions to women, children and adolescents. It also presents reported information on intervention delivery characteristics, including how they may vary by setting and by population displacement status.

Published 2020-06-15

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