Rodríguez-Llanes, José Loenhout, Joris van Guha-Sapir, Debarati
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The research has been conducted within the military context in the East of Ukraine started in April, 2014 and continuing till today. : This is a qualitative research. The primary data has been collected through semi-structured in-depth interviews with internally displaced mothers of children less than two years old in Ukraine.The influence of conflict and displacement experience has found to be reflected mostly on mental and psychological health of IDP mothers in Ukraine, while the direct influence on physical health and/or on breastfeeding practices has not been reported. Poor financial condition, low income (comprising of social assistance mostly) as well as weak state support have been found to contribute to unhealthy household environment and deteriorated nutrition practices of IDP mothers and children in Ukraine.
Máster Erasmus Mundus en Salud Pública y Desastres, coordinado por Pedro Arcos González