Rohingya women have suffered enough. They don’t deserve discriminatory health care

The Rohingya women and girls who have suffered sexual torture and humiliation and have now fled their homes most certainly deserve whatever care may alleviate some of their suffering. By not providing comprehensive reproductive health care, including contraception and safe abortion services, humanitarian agencies have taken a side, the side that opposes women’s human rights, the side that opposes science and common sense, the side that flies against established international agreements. Doing nothing speaks volumes.
Authors: Kumar, Anu, Sayed Rubayet
Year: 2017

Languages: English

Regions: Asia

Countries: Bangladesh

Topics: Crisis settings, Human rights and abortion