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Sunday, August 13, 2006 

To Be… or Not to Be….

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The implications behind the integration of sexual health and reproductive rights can prove at times deceitful when governments engage these platforms by bearing on contracted views on education and women’s empowerment laid out to push agenda and policies to only reduce fertility.

In the complex world that frames the concept of sexual and reproductive rights, we have to examine the importance between reproductive health and sustainable development; where matter of rights appear essential to revamp programming, and the ways practitioners could integrate rights-based approach in advocacy strategies.

As a matter of fact, by carving the ideas of human rights principles in programming, these perspectives are appealing to support the implementation of comprehensive approaches in health-care by also attacking the underlying problems of power dynamics that can be witnessed in the access to reproductive health services, and the realities that are associated with social inequalities and their geographical variations.



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