Sexual and reproductive health services for women with disability: a qualitative study with service providers in the Philippines

by Kira Lee, Alexandra Devine, Ma. Jesusa Marco et al.
BMC Women’s Health 2015, 15:87 (15 October 2015)

11 pp. 459 kB

The Philippines has ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and recently passed domestic legislation protecting the sexual and reproductive rights of people with disability. However women in the Philippines continue to report barriers to sexual and reproductive health services, and there is limited empirical evidence available to inform policy makers’ efforts to respond. This study aims to contribute to the available evidence by examining service providers’ perceptions of disability and their experiences providing sexual and reproductive health services to women with disability.

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