Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Information and Services: Perspectives of Women and Girls with Disabilities in Uganda and Bangladesh

September 8, 2022

Have practitioners appropriately addressed the sexual, reproductive health, rights, and needs of girls and women living with disabilities in the global south? A report authored by Humanity & Inclusion describes research carried out in Uganda and Bangladesh to explore knowledge and awareness of SRHR care among women and girls with disabilities; the institutional, cultural, and personal barriers that prevent them from accessing SRHR information and services; and the appropriateness of services for women and girls with disabilities.

The findings will help contribute towards designing more inclusive SRHR social and behavior change campaigns and guide actors working in SRHR service delivery and communication, advocacy, and cooperation with organizations of persons with disabilities.

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