Despite the fact that sexual and reproductive health rights are basic human rights, many people do not receive SRH health care because of social pressure due to persistent general morality rules and perceptions.
This might be a particularly serious problem for some individuals and groups that want to access health care services.
Such key groups are young women, LGBTI people, people living with HIV and sex workers.
These people face high risks of discrimination at work or for their education and have a risk of stigmatization in their social and family life and environment.
Access to all kinds of sexual and reproductive health services is a fundamental human right equal for everybody.
While you want to access SRH services, but you are discriminated directly (such as a doctor’s refusal of the patient, non-protection of the privacy of personal information, exposure to bad-treatment and degradation, etc.) or indirectly (lack of planning of private health services for fragile groups, lack of safe and user-friendly health facilities, economic difficulties etc.), you can benefit from legal counseling, psychosocial support, individual information, awareness-raising events, case management, and similar services for the different cases of violation of rights.
You can receive such services while going to the service units or by calling the toll-free Support Line 0850 888 0539