Vision 2020 Landmark Report
Sexual and reproductive health and rights are crucial to ending poverty
There has been a heavy price and great human toll because sexual and reproductive health and rights were not fully covered in the last set of goals. This is central to achieving a world without poverty, where people can achieve their potential, and where good health and education are guaranteed
Countries with a high prevalence of:
IPPF's new report reveals that sexual and reproductive health and rights are still nowhere near high enough up on the UN’s list of priorities. Without this, the next development framework cannot hope to end poverty.
The report is “Sexual and reproductive health and rights: a crucial agenda for the post-2015 framework”. It maps country progress on sexual and reproductive health and rights and details how sexual and reproductive health and rights are inextricably linked to the economic, social and environmental pillars of sustainable development.
The included data tracker demonstrates progress on a wide range of issues spanning from equality legislation, contraceptive prevalence rates, abortion, female genital mutilation to violence against women and early and forced marriage.