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The Historically Marginalised People (HMP), formerly known as Batwa, face acute issues related to (a lack of) sexual and reproductive health. These include but are not limited to, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), unintended pregnancies, maternal death or disabilities, and gender-based violence, often resulting in illness or even death of girls and women of childbearing age. Historically Marginalised Women suffer these issues disproportionately and young girls are especially vulnerable due to the presence of barriers to the accessibility of both information and healthcare. As a result, the Historically Marginalised Youth is disproportionately affected by HIV, and HIV testing remains low because of ignorance and traditional practices.


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Physical disability just like any other form of disability is a clear and present societal issue that has rendered PWDs vulnerable in families and communities in both urban and rural settings to the extent that the PWDs can’t access all their rights and services as human rights deem it. Albinism is one of the disabilities that is a result of a lack of pigmentation (melanin) in the hair, skin, and eyes, causing vulnerability to the sun and bright light. Due to this fact, almost all people with albinism are visually impaired and are prone to developing skin cancer.