Sexual and reproductive health is an essential need and right for refugees. For refugee women and girls, access to sexual and reproductive health care and services is often limited, increasing the risk of unintended pregnancy, complications of pregnancy, disease, disability, and death. The Women’s Refugee Commission is committed to protecting all refugees’ reproductive rights and to ensuring lifesaving health services are available from the onset of an emergency through recovery.

Our Work

Our sexual and reproductive health work addresses global gaps in sexual and reproductive health services and explores how to build resilience. We house the Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises.