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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

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)

Aug 17, 2018

The woman who put gender-based violence data on the map

Gender-based violence "Thirty years ago, Henriette Jansen wouldn’t have guessed she would become a global authority on measuring violence against women. She began her career as an ...

Jul 31, 2018

Advancing global health and strengthening the HIV response in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals

The International AIDS Society—Lancet Commission

The Lancet "The sustainable development goals (SDGs) have marked a new era in global development-to strive towards a healthier, fairer, and safer world by 2030. Improving ...

Jul 31, 2018

Progress on HIV goes off-track as donor commitments continue to shrink

International health policy newsletter "This week the AIDS2018 Conference in Amsterdam kicked off with an explicit focus on diversity, key populations and young people. AIDS conferences are always a ...

Jul 31, 2018

Experten warnen vor dramatischem Scheitern im Kampf gegen Aids


NZZ "Experten auf der internationalen Aids-Konferenz in Amsterdam warnen vor einer dramatischen weltweiten Ausweitung der Immunschwächekrankheit Aids. Eine ...

Jul 19, 2018

Investing in sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls to reach HIV and UHC goals

The Lancet "Each year, 200 million women have an unmet need for modern contraception, more than 45 million women receive inadequate or no antenatal care, 1 million women ...

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