• Why we need to be serious about sexual and reproductive health and rights

    • April 15, 2016
    • Factsheets
    • Family planning
    • Gender equality
    • Global agenda
    Why we need to be serious about sexual and reproductive health and rights

    Universal and comprehensive access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is needed to save lives, realise human rights, achieve gender equality and achieve sustainable development.

    The world remains far from achieving SRHR for all, and the continued neglect of SRHR only exacerbates an already dramatic reality. Read the fact sheet to find out just some of the many available figures that show the enormous amount of work that remains to be done.

    Factsheet: Why_to_be_serious_SRHR_factsheet_C2015E_Feb2017.pdf