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Psychosocial issues of women affected by conflict in Churia region of Nepal

CARE Nepal

Psychosocial issues of women affected by conflict in Churia region of Nepal

by CARE Nepal

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Published by CARE Nepal in Kathmandu .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSuraj Koirala
The Physical Object
Pagination48 p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24843705M
LC Control Number2011321753

Sexual problems in men are common, and can impact sexual health. Types of sexual problems in men are low sex drive and problems with erection, ejaculation, and orgasm. Symptoms of sexual problems in men are a sudden onset of ED, brief ejaculatory latency, loss of control of the erection, and psychological problems. The treatment for sexual problems in men depends on the type of sexual . AbstractPolitical conflicts create significant risks for women, as new forms and pathways of violence emerge, and existing patterns of violence may get amplified and intensified. The systematic use of sexual violence as a tactic of war is well-documented. Emergent narratives from the Middle East also highlight increasing risk and incidence of violence among displaced populations in refugee Cited by:

During the past 20 years, various issues in sexual and reproductive health have appeared in the WHO European Region due to migration. For example, female genital mutilation has become a topical issue in Belgium, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom, and countries have asked for guidance from WHO in . Nepal, a Himalayan country situated in South Asia, is one of the poorest countries of the has suffered from political instability and has had undemocratic rule for much of its is a lack of access to basic facilities, people have superstitious beliefs, and there is high levels of gender gh the Constitution provides for protection of women, including.

Violence against women and girls is one of the most prevalent human rights violations in the world. It knows no social, economic or national boundaries. Worldwide, an estimated one in three women will experience physical or sexual abuse in her lifetime. Gender-based violence undermines the health, dignity, security and autonomy of its victims, yet it remains shrouded in a culture of silence. Mainstreaming Gender in Conflict Analysis: Issues and Recommendations mention of women and/or gender-related issues, but none devote sufficient space to the issues. Users are generally development-related work in conflict-affected societies. Gender roles need to be understood throughoutFile Size: KB.


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Psychosocial issues of women affected by conflict in Churia region of Nepal by CARE Nepal Download PDF EPUB FB2

This issue of Critical Half focuses on psycho-social support for women in conflict and post-conflict societies. Included articles highlight the psychological and social difficulties encountered by conflict-affected women, and discuss ways to design effective programs that facilitate healing and encourage women’s active participation in the reconstruction of their communities.

women suffering psychosocial effects of conflict and how most governmental agencies do not consider psychosocial assistance as part of their work.

NGOs sel- dom focus on women's psychosocial problems resulting from armed conflict (El-Bushra and Lopez, ). For these reasons, the Machel Study has made an important contribution by in. The study’s main objectives were to gain an increased understanding of how the conflict had affected women and girl’s health; to determine the men’s perceptions on how the conflict had affected the health of women and girls, and lastly to gain insight into the indigenous ways that the community was using to cope due to the conflict.

Why do so many income generation schemes for conflict-affected people fail. Key psychosocial issues relating to income generation in conflict and post-conflict areas. What is the effect of powerlessness and dependence on nutritional status.

Key psychosocial issues relating to food aid and sugges-tions for the empowerment of food aid recipients. address the pressing issues of the impact of conflict on women and girls but a moral obligation exists as well.

Effects of war on women and girls Modern warfare has had a devastating effect on the lives and dignity of women and girls, as well as on the health and educational services that are essential to family and community Size: KB.

Women in conflict and post-conflict situations. Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, South Africa, Sri Lanka. One survey of 55 countries found women as active in There are problems for women in File Size: KB.

WOMEN & CONFLICT, Conflict arises due to a complex set of variables coming together and reinforcing each other at multiple levels and at critical junctures of a country or region’s development. It leaves in its af-termath significant development and humanitarian challenges.

USAID recognizes that conflict. Introduction. Infertility is defined as the inability to become pregnant or maintain a pregnancy despite having intercourse three to four times per week for at least a year 1, 2, 3, than a medical issue, due to the problems it can cause for individuals and marriages, infertility is seen as a developmental crisis 1, 5, 6, Although both sexes are emotionally affected by infertility Cited by: Conflicts and natural disasters significantly impact children’s psychosocial well-being and development.

Exposure to violence, disaster, loss of, or separation from, family members and friends, deterioration in living conditions, inability to provide for one’s self and family, and lack of access to services can all have immediate and long-term consequences for children, families and.

women’s full participation in conflict prevention, peacebuilding needed to end use of sexual violence as weapon, ensure legal rights, say commission speakers 29 February Economic and Social.

approaches to women and gender issues over the last 20 years. It provides the basic concepts necessary to understand how to address gender issues and improve the impact of humanitarian assistance.

Second chapter In the second chapter, the relevant international instruments protecting the rights of people affected. Results. Conflict affected Syrians may experience a wide range of mental health problems including (1) exacerbations of pre-existing mental disorders; (2) new problems caused by conflict related violence, displacement and multiple losses; as well as (3) issues related to adaptation to the post-emergency context, for example living conditions in the countries of by: When parents are caring and loving, the children affected by conflict have least problems in reintegration both into the family and the community.

One girl from Udaypur was with the Maoists for a month; her parents worked really hard to get her back. She returned home after being in Cited by: Women’s Issues 59 Cambodian Women’s NGOs Train Successful Women Political Candidates 60 Women Played an Active Political Role in Post-Conflict East Timor 62 Women Rally to Promote Peace in Colombia 66 Women’s Peace Activism Brought on Pivotal Changes in Sierra Leone 68 Women’s Refugee NGOs Lose Power in Post-ConflictFile Size: 1MB.

Training psychosocial counselling in Nepal: Content review of a specialized training program refugees, y outh affected b y armed conflict, cal problems pr oduce psychological and. Fact Sheet No, Harmful Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to modify the social and cultural patterns of conduct of men and women, with a view to achieving the elimination of prejudices and customary and all other.

Causes and Effects of Gender-Based Violence Running Time: 3 hours - Discuss effects of gender-based violence on women, women’s families, perpetrators, and w It is important to remember that psychological explanations for gender-based violence (i. Gender and Post-Conflict: Promoting the Participation of Women in Post-Conflict Reconstruction.

22 June International Conference organised by the Université de Paris 8 CRESPPA-GTM in – collaboration with UNESCO, the Ministère des Affaires Etrangères et Européennes, the CNRS, the Region Ile de France and the Institut Emilie du ChateletFile Size: KB.

Adolescents are likely to be strongly affected by public health emergencies such as the novel coronavirus (COVID). This book was a project developed by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings (IASC MHPSS RG).

Psychological first aid (PFA) is a method of. Proceedings of the Meeting of the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynecology (NASPOG) Columbus, OH, USA, 6–9 April The study of women's health and reproductive medicine involves not only physiology and pathology, but also the many psychological and social factors that interface with human biology to influence Author: Ritu Salani, Valerie Waddell, Jonathan Schaffir.

Women are more likely than men to be adversely affected by mental disorders, the most common being anxiety and depressive disorders [3, 4]. Status of women in the society has been changing fast due to multiple factors such as urbanization, industrialization, increased level of education, awareness of rights, and media by: 6.Social and Psychological Problems of Women: Prevention and Crisis Intervention.

Annette V. Rickel. Taylor & Francis, - Psychology - pages. 0 Reviews "This book in its diversity of topics reflects the re-emergence of concern with women's issues in the last decade and the vigor and pioneering quality of scholarship in the area.

Such. A panel dataset which informs on the proportion by which a country is affected by violent conflict (wars between states, wars between state and non .