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Q1. Approximately what percentage of refugees are women and children? (UNFPA, 2000). 80% 70% 60%. Q2. In a refugee population, the estimated percentage of women of reproductive age that will be pregnant at any one time is: ( UNHCR, 1999). 10% 20% 30%.

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Q2.In a refugee population, the estimated percentage of women of reproductive age that will be pregnant at any one time is: (UNHCR, 1999)

10%

20%

30%

5 10 15

Q3. In a refugee situation, what percentage of pregnant women suffer from unforeseen complications of pregnancy and delivery that require essential medical care? (UNHCR 1999)

5%

10%

15%

q4 in sub saharan africa the risk of dying in pregnancy and childbirth is unicef unfpa who 2004

Q4. In Sub-Saharan Africa the risk of dying in pregnancy and childbirth is: (UNICEF, UNFPA, WHO, 2004)

1 in 80

1 in 50

1 in 16

q5 the leading cause of death among teenage girls in developing countries is save the children 2004

Q5. The leading cause of death among teenage girls in developing countries is: (Save the Children, 2004)

HIV/AIDS

Malaria

Pregnancy and childbirth

q6 family planning can prevent maternal deaths with the following percentage unfpa 2009

Q6. Family planning can prevent maternal deaths with the following percentage: (UNFPA, 2009)

Up to 20%

Up to 30%

Up to 40%

72 hours 100 hours 1 month

Q7. A rape survivor wants to prevent HIV infection. Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) can reduce the risk of HIV infection. The survivor should have access to PEP within:

72 hours

100 hours

1 month

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Q8. A rape survivor who wants to prevent pregnancy needs to have access to Emergency Contraception within: (WHO, 2002)

2 weeks

5 days

48 hours

q9 how many unsafe abortions take place every day who 2007

Q9. How many unsafe abortions take place every day (WHO, 2007)

almost 10,000

almost 25,000

almost 55,000

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Q10. WHO estimates that 13% of maternal deaths each year is caused by unsafe abortions. In refugee settings this is:(UNFPA, 1999)

The same: 13%

A little bit higher: 18%

Much higher: 25-50%

as much as 30 as much as 50 as much as 78

Q11. Research showed; when family planning services are established and contraceptives availability increased the number of abortions decline rapidly with: (WHO 2007)

As much as 30%

As much as 50%

As much as 78%

q12 reproductive health services in emergencies should start

Q12. Reproductive Health services in emergencies should start:

From the onset of an emergency, day 1

The second week of an emergency

After 1 month

yes no some parts of the misp are included

Q13. The Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health is included in the 2004 revision of the Sphere Humanitarian Charter?

Yes

No

Some parts of the MISP are included

q14 in the past 5 years inclusion of reproductive health in echo policies and guidelines

Q14. In the past 5 years, inclusion of reproductive health in ECHO policies and guidelines:

Increased

Decreased

stable

who unhcr unfpa

Q15. The “Reproductive Health Kit for Emergency Situations” exists for RH commodities. Which agency is in charge of assembling and delivering the kits?

WHO

UNHCR

UNFPA

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Q16. Policies related to RH in emergencies that are severly lacking are related to: (RAISE policy review, 2009)

HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence (GBV)

Emergency Obstetric care and Family Planning

GBV and Family Planning

a 1 7 b 18 2 c 30 6

Q17: 2.4% of ODA disbursed to conflict-affected countries was for Reproductive Health. Of which 46.7% disbursed to HIV/AIDS and ..% to Family Planning(RAISE funding study, 2009)

A: 1.7% B: 18.2% C: 30.6%

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