Table 1

Descriptive characteristics, sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) service providers survey, United States, 2020

Key variableSRHR and GBV service providers (n=97)
nFrequency (%)
Area of work
GBV and SRHR2324
SRHR service providers (n=40)
Type of organisation
Non-governmental organisation923
Community-based organisation1743
Health facility615
International organisation, government or other923
Respondents’ primary role
Programme manager1538
Social worker410
CHW or health worker410
Type of SRHR services
Abortion care1025
Contraceptive counselling and services1333
STI/HIV care1538
Maternal health and delivery25
Community outreach and awareness2973
Reason SRHR services stopped/reduced
Deemed non-essential820
Lockdown/movement restrictions2153
Limited supplies/commodities513
Insufficient personal protective gear25
Staff diverted to emergency response513
Funding diverted to emergency response410
Demand for services reduced1025
Remote capacities are limited820
Workload increases
Added responsibility of emergency response1025
Demand for services increased1640
Attempts to continue service delivery using technology and other strategies3383
Groups that lacked services
Women with disabilities718
Black, indigenous, people of colour1230
Migrants, refugees, displaced people1128
  • Categories are not mutually exclusive and respondents were permitted to select more than one response option.

  • CHW, community health worker; GBV, gender-based violence; LGBTQ, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer; SRHR, sexual and reproductive health and rights ; STI, sexually transmitted infection.