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Author: ABDELMONEIUM Azza O. A.;
Title: Policy and practice: non-governmental organisations and the health delivery system for displaced children in Khartoum, Sudan.
Reference: Child Abuse Review, 19(3), May-June 2010, pp.203-217.
Topics: developing countries; gender; health care; health education; pregnancy; rights; rights-based model; sexually transmitted infections; voluntary organisations; vulnerable children; young people; research; Sudan;
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Author: KAMYA Hugo;
Title: The impact of war on children: how children perceive their experiences.
Reference: Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 7(2), April-June 2009, pp.211-216.
Topics: abduction; traumas; war; young people; research; Sudan; United States;
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Author: KUDRATI Mustafa; et al;
Title: Children of the sug: a study of the daily lives of street children in Khartoum, Sudan, with intervention recommendations.
Reference: Child Abuse and Neglect, 32(4), April 2008, pp.439-448.
Topics: addiction; African people; children; homeless people; homelessness; prostitution; substance misuse; violence; research; Sudan;
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Author: MOUKHEYER M. E.; et al;
Title: The prevalence of self-reported health problems and haemoglobin status of Sudanese adolescents.
Reference: Journal of Adolescence, 29(4), August 2006, pp.613-626.
Topics: African people; diseases; health needs; young people; research; Sudan;
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Author: GRUENBAUM Ellen;
Title: Socio-cultural dynamics of female genital cutting: research findings, gaps, and directions.
Reference: Culture, Health and Sexuality, 7(5), September/October 2005, pp.429-441.
Topics: cultural identity; female genital mutilation; health needs; research; Sudan;
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Author: BOLEA Patty Stow; et al.;
Title: Trauma of children of the Sudan: a constructivist exploration.
Reference: Child Welfare, 82(2), March/April 2003, pp.219-233.
Topics: African people; black and minority ethnic people; children; multicultural approach; multicultural society; refugees; traumas; Sudan; United States;
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