Chi, Primus Che; Patience Bulage; Henrik Urdal & Johanne Sundby (2015) Perceptions of the effects of armed conflict on maternal and reproductive health services and outcomes in Burundi and Northern Uganda: a qualitative study, BMC International Health and Human Rights 15(7): 1–15.
Armed conflict potentially poses serious challenges to access and quality of
maternal and reproductive health (MRH) services, resulting in increased maternal
morbidity and mortality. The effects of armed conflict may vary from one setting
to another, including the mechanisms/channels through which the conflict may
lead to poor access to and quality of health services. This study aims to
explore the effects of armed conflict on MRH in Burundi and Northern Uganda.
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Researcher, Karolinska Institutet
Research Director; Research Professor; Editor, Journal of Peace Research
The Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) conducts research on the conditions for peaceful relations between states, groups and people.