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)

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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 ...

Jul 26, 2018 / Basel, Bern, Zürich, St. Gallen, Luzern

Summer 1993

Film über Aids im Kontext von Spanien in den 90-er Jahren

cineworx Sommer 1993. Nach dem Tod ihrer Eltern muss die sechsjährige Frida ihre Heimatstadt Barcelona verlassen. Sie wird bei ihrem Onkel und ihrer Tante und deren ...

Jul 06, 2018

Head of Unit: Sexual and Reproductive Health (90-100%) based in Basel

Closing date for applying: 1 August 2018

Swiss TPH We are looking to have the successful candidate in place as soon as possible, but not later than November 2018. Closing date for applying: 1 August 2018. If ...

Jul 02, 2018

WHO study shows drug could save thousands of women’s lives

World Health Organization WHO

World Health Organisation (WHO) "A new formulation of a drug to prevent excessive bleeding following childbirth could save thousands of women’s lives in low- and lower-middle-income ...

Jun 29, 2018

Inégalité et violence : Le cercle vicieu

Journal du Médecins du Monde Suisse

Médecins du Monde-Switzerland

Médecins du Monde Suisse Les violences infligées aux femmes sont d’abord une conséquence des inégalités dont elles sont presque universellement victimes. Médecins du Monde travaille ...

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