Making sex education work for young women with intellectual disabilities.
For many women and girls with disabilities their sexual and reproductive health needs are unheard and unmet. Particularly, persons with intellectual disabilities are disadvantaged and excluded from information and services. Persons with intellectual disabilities are often considered to be non-sexual, as well as not interested in having fulfilling sex lives.
Authors: Light for the World, Community Based Rehabilitation Network Ethiopia, Berhan Lehetsanat, Addis Development Vision
Year of Publication: 2016