Guidance on Supporting People with Incontinence in Humanitarian and Low- and Middle-Income Contexts (LMICs)

November 2019

This guidance document for supporting people with incontinence in humanitarian and low- and middle income contexts (LMICs), has been developed by an informal group of professionals interested in incontinence in humanitarian and development contexts.

Members have recognised that people who experience incontinence face many challenges that can significantly affect their quality of life, and that of their family members. They have also identified that there is a glaring lack of acknowledgement and support for people who have incontinence across multiple sectors, in both development and humanitarian contexts.

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PublisherThe University of Leeds
ThemesIncontinence, Leave no one behind
LanguageEnglish

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