Sexual and Reproductive Health News

WHO has supported the training of midwives through improvements in the national curriculum and the rollout of the EmONC programme

Helping midwives be the best they can be

L-R: Professor Oladapo Ashiru, President of Africa Fertility Association, Hon Sarah Opendi- Minister of State for Health, Hon Jacob Oulanya- Deputy Speaker of Parliament in Uganda, Dr. Yonas Tegegn- WHO Representative to Uganda and Dr Richard Kennedy, President of the IFFS at the opening of the symposium

President Museveni calls for public awareness on Non-genetic causes of infertility.

WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria Wheel for Contraceptive Use, 2015

Increased access to quality family planning services is key to the health of adolescent girls and young women

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Message of the WHO Regional Director for Africa on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2015

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Regional consultation on universal access to Sexual and Reproductive Health

Video: The Mothers of Africa