SRHR RuWCED

In order to ensure access to appropriate SRH services,

the project, which was launched recently, sensitises rural women/girls on the incidence of unsafe abortion towards building a robust and inclusive response.
Due to the prevailing crisis, women/girls are suffering from rights violations such as rape, unsafe sex life, inaccessible or unprofessional SRH services, etc. Several rape cases, early pregnancies, and child marriages have been reported since 2016, when the crisis in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon began.

With the support of partners, RuWCED’s project continues to increase rural women/girl’s knowledge about their Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR); including the range of authorised legal provisions for abortion, the available and authorised modern contraceptives, available post abortion care services; so that they are able to claim their rights and demand favourable policy/implementation.

@Rural Women Center for Education and Development (RuWCED) 2019