Time to realise our sexual and reproductive health and rights

Publish Year : 2018
Publisher : Lancet Global Health
Author Name : Florence Anam, Cecilia Chung, Sophie Dilmitis, Calorine Kenkem, Rebecca Matheson-Omondi, Svitlana Moroz, Lillian Mworeko, Hajjarah Nagadya, Angelina Namiba, Violeta Ross, Sophie Strachan, Martha Tholanah, L'Orangelis Thomas, Patricia Ukoli, Marijo Vazquez, Aleksandra Volgina, Rita Wahab, Alice WelbournEmail the author Alice Welbourn, Anandi Yuvraj
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This Comment was written by women living with HIV previously involved in a global values and preferences survey on the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) priorities of women living with HIV in response to the Lancet Global Health's article on "Investing in sexual and reproductive health and rights to reach HIV and universal health coverage goals." It builds on key points highlighted in their survey, Building a Safe House on Firm Ground (2015), which was led and designed by a diverse group of women living with HIV to inform the WHO 2017 Consolidated Guideline on the SRHR of women living with HIV.

 

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