Sexual and reproductive health and rights encompass efforts to eliminate preventable maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity, to ensure quality sexual and reproductive health services, including contraceptive services, and to address sexually transmitted infections (STI) and cervical cancer, violence against women and girls, and sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents. Universal access to sexual and reproductive health is essential not only to achieve sustainable development but also to ensure that this new framework speaks to the needs and aspirations of people around the world and leads to realisation of their health and human rights.

World Health Organization

Publication date: July 2014

Adolescent and maternal health have been a core issue of our work. We have been raising awareness on sexual education to avoid unintended pregnancies, sexual transmitted infections, gender-based violence, fight against any sort of harassment. Our plan is to increase access to services for girls and women by focusing on sanitary pads, family planning, and sexual education.