“Of all forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” Martin Luther King Jr
The Sustainable Development Goals will not be achieved without an effective global response to HIV/AIDS. Ensuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health services and programmes is central to this.
Investment in reproductive health care, education, emergency obstetric services and skilled care at delivery will enable women to deliver; not just the next generation but also paychecks and productivity.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of development targets agreed by the international community. Their main aim is to halve global poverty and improve the welfare of the poorest by 2030.
National governments are by far the world’s biggest donors of Official Development Assistance (ODA), responsible for between 80 and 85% of the world’s development aid.
Ensuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is an important part of managing to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Young people’ make up a diverse subset of society and can vary in every way except one – they are the drivers of tomorrow’s society.
There are more than 600 million young and adolescent girls in the developing world, but girls are too often forgotten by development policy.
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