Did you read my long post about Colombia & the ICCPR? If so, you might be interested to know that the HRC (the body responsible for enforcing the ICCPR) has found that denying access to legal abortion is a violation of human rights.
The case at hand involved a woman who's fetus was anencephelatic which means it had no chance of survival.
"Abortion is legal in Peru for therapeutic reasons, however, because Peru failed to adopt clear regulations, women whose health is endangered by such pregnancies are left at the mercy of public officials. Llontoy was denied access to the procedure by the hospital’s director, and was compelled to carry the fetus to term...The ruling specifically establishes violations to the right to be free from cruel, inhumane, and degrading treatment, privacy, special protection of the rights of a minor. It orders the Peruvian government to provide Llontoy with reparations, and to adopt the necessary regulations to guarantee access to legal abortion."