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[Correspondence] Implementing sexual and reproductive health care in humanitarian crises – Authors’ reply

In response to our Series paper1 calling for more rigorous research on health interventions in humanitarian settings, we very much welcome the letter by Sarah Chynoweth and colleagues, which raises the important issue that humanitarian health actors can also fail to apply existing evidence, particularly with regard to sexual and reproductive health. In their letter, the authors note that there are proven examples of effective interventions for family planning, neonatal health, and sexual violence that the humanitarian community still fail to adequately deliver.