A Baseline Study to Determine Levels of Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices in Relation to Reproductive Health Among Male and Female Refugees Aged Between 10 and 24 Years, Living in Gauteng Province, South Africa

A Baseline Study to Determine Levels of Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices in Relation to Reproductive Health Among Male and Female Refugees Aged Between 10 and 24 Years, Living in Gauteng Province, South Africa

In South Africa, education and awareness raising initiatives have previously been undertaken to address the reproductive health needs of a predominantly urban-based refugee population. As part of this national strategy, the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) conducted a study to obtain baseline information about knowledge, attitudes and practices in respect of reproductive health among young refugees, aged 10 to 24 years, living in Gauteng province, South Africa. The report below presents a summary of the main findings of the baseline study divided into four main sections.

 

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Bea Abrahams
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Bea Abrahams is the former Trauma Centre Executive Director.

Helen Hajiyiannis
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Helen Hajiyiannis is the Director at the  Centre for AIDS Development, Research and Evaluation (CADRE). She obtained a Master’s Degree Psychology from Rhodes University.

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