Challenging Social Norms: Making Sexual and Reproductive Health Accessible to People with Disabilities
Posted on April 9, 2021
advocacy, CHILDREN, disability, education, inclusion, kenya, marginalized, medical care, social justice, vulnerable, youth
Despite having the same sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs as anyone else, people with disabilities often face stigma, discrimination, and barriers that prevent them from accessing SRH information and services. How can we work to meet the SRH needs of all people, including those with disabilities? To explore this issue, Sarah V. Harlan, Partnerships Team Lead for USAID’s Knowledge SUCCESS project at John Hopkins University, spoke with our Founder and Executive Director Cynthia Bauer.
Click here to read the article and hear audio clips from their discussion.
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