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Nate Henderson Matelita Seva-Cadravula Lono Leneuoti Loren McDonald

Abstract

Sexual and reproductive health services have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic globally including in the Pacific. The responses to the pandemic by these services have also been affected by the number of cases in different countries. There have been reports in the Pacific of resource reallocation and reprioritisation, fear-based decision making, and the closing of family planning programmes due to resource limitations and in response to COVID-19 transmission. This article will focus on the impacts of COVID-19 on service delivery, and explore how even with severe restrictions, local non-government organisations have been able to continue serving their communities.

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