25+ resources on delivering reproductive healthcare (WISH Global Goods)

Leave no one behind   |   26 March 2024 



For more than five years of delivering the WISH programme, MSI and our partners have generated valuable insights, evidence and learnings, and have developed toolkits, trainings and resources. We are sharing these so the health sector can benefit and we can all improve, together.

Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) was a programme of delivering women’s reproductive healthcare across Africa and Asia, funded by the UK government. MSI led this work in West Africa with five partners. The focus was reaching people living in poverty, adolescents and those living with disabilities, ensuring no-one is left behind.

The first iteration of the WISH programme came to an end at the beginning of 2024. Here is a collection of Global Goods which are resources full of deep insights that we can all benefit from.


Survivors of sexual and gender-based violence

Low-income communities

People with disabilities

  • Committed to leave no one behind: A report on the contributions of the WISH programme to increasing disability inclusive sexual and reproductive health and rights in West and Central Africa

  • E-learning on disability inclusion: French and English e-learning modules on how to take further action to include people with disabilities; please log in to the KAYA training platform

  • Safeguarding and consent: A look at supporting people with intellectual sensory disabilities with sexual and reproductive healthcare


  • Spotlight webinars: A series of webinars covering key thematic areas of MSI’s work like ‘challenging social norms to empower adolescents’ and ‘leaving no one behind in reproductive healthcare’

  • Hersperian health guide app: Ways to improve client experience and outcomes of self-managed abortion with access to better information

  • Social norms hub: A bespoke website featuring tools and examples for addressing social norms and evaluating social norms interventions

An MSI staff member runs a sexual reproduction education class for disabled women in Freetown, Sierra Leone



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