Although access to SRH services has improved in humanitarian settings, a 2012-2014 evaluation of SRH in humanitarian settings showed limited progress for contraceptive services relative to other SRH components.(Chynoweth S K, 2015). Overall, the findings of the 2012-2014 global evaluation reflected the limited attention given to the provision of contraceptives in humanitarian settings.Recent evidence suggests that contraceptives, including a broad range of methods, can be effectively provided and will be used by women and men in humanitarian settings.(Casey SE et al, 2013, and Ward D, et al 2015). However, no data on contraceptive continuation in these settings.