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  • Antenatal guidelines for primary health care in crisis conditions

    Within the area of mother and childcare, antenatal care plays a key role in reducing death, disease and suffering among women, whose vulnerability is always exacerbated by armed conflict and poor security

    • 2005-05-31
    • Publication
  • Willing one’s way to autonomy

    Surviving the war in Liberia is one thing; being able to rebuild one’s life is another. Musu took up market gardening, with the help of the ICRC, and can now make plans for her and her family. Fabienne Garaud

    • 2005-03-04
    • Feature
    • Archived page
  • 8 March 2005 – International Women’s Day: working with women affected by war

    Geneva (ICRC) – Musu is on her own with five children to feed in a country that lies in ruins; her husband was killed during the conflict in Liberia. 8 March 2005 – International Women’s Day: working with women

    • 2005-03-04
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Haiti: Seminar on women’s needs in wartime

    Since 27 June an ICRC specialist has been taking part in a training seminar organized by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research in Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haïtien for civilian personnel of the

    • 2005-07-11
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • A voice for Sri Lanka's war widows

    Although Sri Lanka is recovering from over two decades of civil war, the suffering continues for thousands of families, many of them headed by women. The ICRC's Marçal Izard sent this report. A voice for Sri

    • 2005-03-08
    • Feature
    • Archived page
  • An African woman's journey

    Between the horrors of the Rwandan genocide and starting a new life in Europe, Médiatrice Nsekalije has overcome many obstacles. Today she works at the headquarters of the ICRC in Geneva. Through thick and thin

    • 2005-10-28
    • Feature
    • Archived page
  • New Delhi: women and violence in the picture

    Art students in New Delhi were recently given the opportunity of producing work on the theme "Women, violence and international humanitarian law". Their offerings were displayed at an exhibition co-sponsored by

    • 2005-05-08
    • Feature
    • Archived page
  • Afghanistan: women play a key role in improving lives

    Women are playing an important part in helping their fellow Afghans overcome decades of conflict, while trying to create new opportunities and improved services in the country. A series of portraits focuses on

    • 2005-04-07
    • Feature
    • Archived page
  • Ethiopia: African women combatants and promoting humanitarian rules

    A conference was held in Addis Ababa last week to discuss how women combatants can help promote humanitarian and human rights norms. Ethiopia: African women combatants and promoting humanitarian rules 02-12

    • 2005-12-02
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno

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