Compendium of Good Practices during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ensuring Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for Women and Girls with Disabilities

Publication Date: June 2021
Author: UNFPA and Women Enabled International


There are many governments, international organizations, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that have adopted practices as part of their COVID-19 response that seek to respect, protect, and fulfil SRHR and related rights for women and girls with disabilities. This Compendium highlights these practices so that others may learn from and implement similar practices during the COVID-19 crisis and other emergencies.

This information has been made available in Easy Read. The Easy Read version is entitled ‘Some good examples of women and girls with disabilities getting their rights during COVID-19.’

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