Sexual and reproductive health

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Unequal gender norms, attitudes and practices can affect women’s health-related behaviours and the realization of their rights.

2021

With support from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Women’s Refugee Commission, the International Planned Parenthood Federation South Asia Region’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Programme in Crisis and Post-Crisis Situations

International Planned Parenthood Federation - South Asia Region Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Women’s Refugee Commission
2021

The Future Africa Call to Action outlines both the impacts of climate change on the achievement of universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights and the contributions that the ICPD community can make to building climate resilience. In 2019

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