Private sector shares success stories of mobilizing for sexual and reproductive health and rights

21 May 2019
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São Paulo — At a meeting of the private sector initiative, the Alliance for Health and Sexual and Reproductive Rights, members of the private sector, UNFPA-supported philanthropic organizations, and diplomatic representatives from the Embassy of the Netherlands and of Canada in Brazil discussed experiences and results achieved in mobilizing and engaging peers to broaden the discussion of sexual and reproductive health and rights.  Jaime Nadal, Representative of the United Nations Population Fund in Brazil, congratulated the initiatives, which played an important role in publicizing the cause of sexual and reproductive health and rights and improving the lives of women in Brazil. Representatives of Magazine Luiza, The Body Shop, Pantys, Instituto Ethos, MSD and AccorHotels attended the meeting.

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