Consequences of the conflicts in sri

Articles without a direct link to conflict or conflict-affected populations were also excluded. A study conducted during the conflict on reproductive health of women in six conflict areas of Sri Lanka showed higher levels of marriage at an early age, pregnancy at an early age, increased home births, low contraception and increased maternal mortality rates [ 20 ].

Current estimates indicate that approximately 90, 0.

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Another survey looking into trauma-related impairment in children from Northern and Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka showed a relationship between the total load of trauma experienced and performance or functioning [ 57 ].

But it says the escalating conflict could hamper economic growth.

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Mental health impact The Sri Lankan civil conflict has had an enormous impact on the mental health of the country's population, especially in the areas of Northern and Eastern provinces. However, even during the conflict and especially in the post-conflict period, the incidence rate has been rapidly decreasing, due to the strong epidemiological surveillance, preventive and treatment systems activated in these regions [ 24 ]. No limits were imposed on publication dates. But it says the escalating conflict could hamper economic growth. Fernando et al. The other major armed conflict to impact the Sri Lankan population was the protracted war between the Sri Lankan government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam LTTE , a militant organization aiming to create an autonomous Tamil state in the Eastern and Northern provinces of the country. Members of the Tamil community abroad say the culture of fear that surrounds such tactics is enough to coerce them to fund the LTTE. In addition, conflict situations increase public health problems, compounded by existing health disparities [ 15 , 16 ]. Current estimates indicate that approximately 90, 0. Under the accord with India, which was followed by the thirteenth amendment to the Sri Lankan constitution, Colombo agreed to devolve some authority to the provinces and make Tamil an official language of the state. Findings also showed that females and older age groups have stronger associations with depression along with physical or cognitive impairments [ 60 ]. Received Jun 10; Accepted Oct 5. Another study has shown that heavy alcohol use was associated with poorer psychological health and functional impairment among military personnel in Sri Lanka [ 45 ]. The crude death rate is 6.

Another more recent study explored psychosocial status among displaced populations in the Vanni area of Northern Sri Lanka.

Mental health impact The Sri Lankan civil conflict has had an enormous impact on the mental health of the country's population, especially in the areas of Northern and Eastern provinces. Other region- or culture-specific factors may have played a role in higher levels of depression and other mental disorders in these populations, aggravated by the protracted conflict.

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The study reported an overall prevalence of 7.

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Consequences of the Conflict in Sri Lanka