On October 9, General Election Network for Disability Access (AGENDA) partner Thailand Association of the Blind (TAB) held its first coalition-building meeting with the Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) to explore potential joint advocacy initiatives to promote the right to sexual and reproductive health for women and girls, especially those with visual disabilities. A total of 12 representatives from TAB and PPAT attended the meeting,  11 of whom were female participants. From this exploratory meeting, both organizations agreed to move forward with organizing a coalition to educate and raise awareness on the sexual and reproductive health for women and girls with visual disabilities. TAB and PPAT identified potential initiatives for next steps including hosting focus group discussions to learn specific needs for sexual and reproductive health for persons with disabilities based on their diverse identities such as age and gender, and awareness-raising activities through social media and accessible materials promoting the issue.On October 9, General Election Network for Disability Access (AGENDA) partner Thailand Association of the Blind (TAB) held its first coalition-building meeting with the Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) to explore potential joint advocacy initiatives to promote the right to sexual and reproductive health for women and girls, especially those with visual disabilities. A total of 12 representatives from TAB and PPAT attended the meeting,  11 of whom were female participants. From this exploratory meeting, both organizations agreed to move forward with organizing a coalition to educate and raise awareness on the sexual and reproductive health for women and girls with visual disabilities. TAB and PPAT identified potential initiatives for next steps including hosting focus group discussions to learn specific needs for sexual and reproductive health for persons with disabilities based on their diverse identities such as age and gender, and awareness-raising activities through social media and accessible materials promoting the issue.