a wide-ranging set of regularly updated resources to assist your advocacy for equal and universal human right for all
Eg: hiv maternal health srhr
900 Arrow Publications
Published in 2017
Source: Sida, Norad
This report outlines the outcome of the evaluation to assess the relevance and effectiveness of the work of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) in promoting sexual reproductive health and rights through its services, advocacy efforts, and information sharing. One key interest highlighted was on how IPPF works at country level and the extent in which […]
Source: Columbia Law School
Reproductive rights are constructed through a gender-conscious reading of already recognised human rights. Despite the increasingly strong recognition of reproductive rights in international human rights law by the treaty-monitoring bodies and international tribunals, the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights reflects a limited understanding of women’s experiences, does not adequately challenge gender stereotypes, […]
Source: BioMed Central Ltd
Alternatives to the traditional ‘supply-side’ approach to financing service delivery are being explored. These strategies are termed results-based finance, demand-side health financing or output-based aid which includes a range of interventions that channel government or donor subsidies to the user rather than the provider. However, there is a paucity of evidence describing how the programs function […]
Source: IPPF, SIECUS, Planned Parenthood
This resource guide outlines 13 topics that U.S.-based opposition has rallied around reproductive health and rights. Each topic is addressed in three components: a description of the issue and the opposition’s public message around a particular issue as well as the underlying intent or objective; examples of opposition tactics that have been used in the U.S. […]
Source: Universal Access Project
This set of briefing cards highlights the links between SRHR and the achievement of other development priorities, such as education; economic benefits; broader health agenda; gender equity; and environment.
Source: EngenderHealth, UNFPA
Using qualitative methods, the study sought to identify and understand the needs, gaps and barriers to access and use of SRH services from the perspectives of stakeholders, including HIV positive women and adolescent girls.
Source: Singapore Med J
This study aimed to qualitatively explore adolescents’ sexuality and their relation to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) risk in Malaysia.
Source: World Health Organization
The chapters included in this volume were commissioned to describe the evidence of a relationship between the social determinants of interest and sexual and reproductive health, as well as to describe promising programmes which seek specifically to reduce observed inequities in health and/or address social structures which inhibit access to and use of sexual and […]
This document is intended for national public health administrators and health programme managers. It briefly reviews theoretical and practical considerations of indicators, followed by a discussion of the definition, data sources, collection methods, periodicity of collection, disaggregation, use, limitations and common pitfalls for each of the shortlisted indicators. It is hoped that the document will contribute […]
Source: Countdown 2015 Europe
In recent years, donors and governments have been putting increasing resources into the overall strengthening of health systems in developing countries. Specific yet vital health services such as SRH have deteriorated due to inadequate funding and lack of prioritization. It is therefore vital that SRH care and access to reproductive health supplies (RHS) are integral parts of […]