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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Improving sexual and reproductive health and rights including HI/AIDS is key to improving the health situation of people in developing and emerging countries in the long term. Expanding sexual and reproductive health services and access to these services improves the health situation of women and expectant mothers, newborn babies and children. Bolstering sexual and reproductive health lays the foundation for social and economic development by societies. (Photo: DFID-UK Department for International Development/flickr)

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May 31, 2018

When should patients on ART with sustained unsuppressed viral load be switched?

Lesotho | SolidarMed

SolidarMed - BMC Infectious Diseases The SESOTHO Trial aims to answer this question by comparing WHO guidelines for switching patients with alternate guidelines of lower thresholds, to improve ...

May 07, 2018

#MeToo Goes Global

The New York Times The story of Asifa and her painful death is one of the millions of similar horror stories and human rights violations faced by women and girls. The example ...

May 06, 2018

Notre projet en Bolivie mis à l’honneur dans l’émission Ensemble de la RTS

Bolivia | Centrale Sanitaire Suisse Romande (CSSR)

Centrale Sanitaire Suisse Romande (CSSR) « En Bolivie pays strictement catholique, les patients VIH sont très souvent mis à l’écart de la société. Willian Montaño s’engage pour leurs droits et les ...

Jun 07, 2018 / Rhypark, Mülhauserstrasse 17, Basel

Wir feiern 40 Jahre!

2-tägige "Men Move"-Konferenz: Engaging men and boys in gender and development

IAMANEH Schweiz Am 7. und 8. Juni feiern wir in Basel unser 40-jähriges Bestehen. Dazu laden wir zur «Men Move»-Konferenz ein, mit internationalen Referenten. Ebenfalls im ...

May 04, 2018

Geschlechtsspezifische Gewalt: Die Internationale Zusammenarbeit in der Verantwortung

Medienmitteilung

MMS Bern, 2 May 2018, MMS/aidsfocus.ch Conference - 2014 waren laut Unicef rund 120 Millionen Mädchen davon betroffen: Sexualisierte Gewalt ist weltweit eine ...

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