Accessibility to Reproductive Health Services by Women with Disabilities. A Case Study: Buwalasi Subcounty. Sironko District

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Kampala International University, Colleges of Humanities and Social sciences
The study was carried out to determine the accessibility to and utilization of RH services by the women with disabilities in Buwalasi Sub-county, Sironko District. Recently many disabled women in Buwalasi Sub-county have been sidelined from accessing and utilizing the RH services, and if accessed are not fully utilized. Therefore, the aim of the study was to establish the extent to which women with impairments access and utilize RH services and suggest the possible ways of addressing the factors that do not enable them to access and utilize these services. The information obtained from this study will not only benefit Buwalasi Sub-county, but also other areas which have the same problem. The administration and other policy makers will also be in position to establish the channels of disseminating RI-il and services to women with disabilities and find possible solutions of addressing problems faced by these disabled women in their communities. The study was presented in five chapters; Chapter one deals with the introduction and background of the study, the statement ofthe research problems and questions ofthe study the study. Chapter two presents views of the study in relation to the already available information from other sources. Chapter three deals with the methodology and tools used the area of study, the study design, the population sample and the limitations ofthe study. Chapter four deals with data analysis, interpretation and presentation, The results from the study carried out revealed that accessibility and utilization of RH services by women with disabilities in not sufficient. Chapter five entails the summery of the findings, the conclusion, recommendations and suggestions for future researchers
Dissertation Submitted to The Faculty of Social Sciences in Partial Fulfillment of The Requirement for The Award of The Bachelors Degree of Arts in Social Work and Social Administration of Kampala International University.
Reproductive Health Services, Women with Disabilities