Although ICTs and social media have increased access to SRHR information, the material’s overall quality and accessibility continue to be major obstacles. The most current COVID-19 depicted an information gap in the public health system, as well as access inequities and SRHR service disruptions.
This study has been conceptualised with the assumption that paying careful attention to access to high-quality information will decrease SRHR disparities and advance the cause of Universal Access to SRHR.
The research revealed that, aside from “availability,” other qualities like “accessibility,” “acceptability,” and “affordability” are lacking. This study provides new information on significant obstacles, gaps, and potential for future SRHR research, practice, and policy-influencing endeavours.