The critical burden of the Covid19 pandemic on the health sector has as an immediate consequence, a decrease in the attention paid and the means available to address other diseases. Sexual and Reproductive Health is no exception to this situation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has strained health systems and disrupted essential health services in Africa. Countries are working to restore and strengthen key services to better withstand shocks and ensure quality care. Regina Kamoga, the Executive Director of Uganda’s Community Health and Information Network and Chairperson of the Uganda Alliance of Patients Organizations, speaks about the impact of COVID-19 and solutions to restore essential health services.