Publications on Sexual & reproductive health

The 2014 edition of Adding It Up expands the scope of the report and provides new estimates of the needs for and costs and benefits of sexual and reproductive health interventions in the following key areas:...

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Sex workers in many places are highly vulnerable to HIV and other sexually transmitted infections due to multiple factors, including large numbers of sex partners, unsafe working conditions and barriers to the...

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The importance of linking SRH and HIV and AIDS is now widely recognised. The majority of HIVinfections are sexually transmitted or are associated with pregnancy, childbirth and breast-feeding.

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The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique mechanism established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2006. This mechanism facilitates the review of the fulfilment by each United Nations Member State of its...

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This annual report describes the results and good practices in countries of the UNFPA flagship thematic fund to achieve reproductive health commodity security.

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An estimated 287 000 women worldwide died from pregnancy and its complications in 2010, 99%, of them in developing countries.

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For the first few years after the ICPD, there was little progress to report since annual increases in funding for population activities had been negligible. It appeared that we would never seriously begin to bridge the...

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Findings of a global survey of parliamentarians undertaken in 2006.

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Women give life, love and care to children, help to build and take care of the home, and feed and clothe their loved ones. In most of the developing world, women are additionally responsible for the agricultural...

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Sustained and increased investment in sexual and reproductive health services in developing countries promises tremendous benefits to women, families and societies. In addition to improved health, sexual and...

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