Where are the sexual and reproductive health and rights of HIV-positive women on the global health agenda?

The health of women who are mothers received renewed attention in 2010 through a series of global meetings and strategies but it remains unclear if these efforts will adequately address the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women generally, and HIV-positive women in particular. The disturbing trend away from sexual and reproductive health, and back to the “safer” confines of maternal and child health, is problematic for all women but, unless checked, threatens to seriously undermine the rights and health of HIV-positive women around the world.

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Authors: Sofia Gruskin, Sarah MacCarthy
Published By: Global Health Magazine Guest Blog
Date: February 7, 2011
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