The Implications Of The Global Gag Rule On Provision Of Sexual And Reproductive Health Services During The Covid-19 Pandemic In Uganda
|Date added||July 30, 2021|
|Category||Discussion Papers, General|
The main objective of this study was to document case studies of the impact of the Global Gag
Rule on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) service provision, and access at selected NGO and NGO-affiliated clinics during the Covid-19 period in Uganda.
It was designed to facilitate an in-depth exploration of the experiences of clinics in the period of the twin challenges of the Global Gag Rule and the Covid-19 pandemic.
The effects of the Global Gag Rule have not only been far-reaching but are likely to be long-term, mostly impacting poor, vulnerable women and sexually active girls.
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