WAG has vast experience working on sexual and reproductive health and rights linking to HIV and gender based violence. The organisation does advocacy on issues that affect women and girls. These issues include access to sexual and reproductive health services. It is in this regard that in 2018, WAG in partnership with Centre for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) documented the impact of the Global Gag Rule (Mexico City Policy) on family planning and abortion services in Zimbabwe.
The project documented the impact of the Global Gag Rule on women in communities, civil society organisations and the Government of Zimbabwe. The findings of the study were presented at an international advocacy platform in New York to add the Zimbabwean voice to the global advocacy on the impact of the policy on marginalised women’s access to SRHR services.