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Table 2 Inclusion/ Exclusion Criteria

From: Accountability strategies for sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights in humanitarian settings: a scoping review

Article TypePeer- reviewed studies, book chapters, book, reports
Grey literature in PDF
LocationHumanitarian crises (armed conflict, famine, and natural disaster) in a low or middle income country, as defined by the World BankMiddle income countries with disease outbreak only (e.g.- Zika in Brazil)
DateJanuary 2009–March 2019Anything before 2009
LanguageEnglish and French for articles, English only for grey literatureAny other language
Population of interestPopulations affected by humanitarian crises (refugee, internally displaced, host country population) 
Key themesAccountability: as described by Davis, 2007
SRH, as defined by WHO in 2004 [21]
Focus on disease outbreaks that impact SRH with no relation to humanitarian settings; no mention of accountability or closely related themes (e.g. transparency or governance)