Among all of the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) topics being discussed in the Caribbean, the age of access versus the age of consent is a debate that captures everyone’s attention, from young people to adults. With the age of consent to sexual activities in most places being 16, but the age...Read more
Among all of the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) topics being discussed in the Caribbean, the age of access versus the age of consent is a debate that captures everyone’s attention, from young people to adults. With the age of consent to sexual activities in most places being 16, but the age...Read more
PLAFAM, our local partner in Venezuela, is leading the way in ensuring that the transgender community has access to a full range of sexual and reproductive health services and is treated with dignity and respect. In general, trans people face many barriers to accessing sexual health services,...Read more
In the Dominican Republic, mobile health units are necessary to bring sexual and reproductive health services to people living in isolated communities. our local partner, Profamilia, visits five rural communities around Santo Domingo, reaching hundreds of women with essential services like...Read more
In the Dominican Republic, mobile health units are necessary to bring sexual and reproductive health services to people living in isolated communities. our local partner, Profamilia, visits five rural communities around Santo Domingo, reaching hundreds of women with essential services like...Read more
Since I was a girl, I had a passion for understanding the health system and social inequalities. When I walked through the streets of Peru, I saw people asking for help and wondered why there was no one to care for them. As I got older, I decided to become a nurse. I wanted to be part of the health...Read more
Since I was a girl, I had a passion for understanding the health system and social inequalities. When I walked through the streets of Peru, I saw people asking for help and wondered why there was no one to care for them. As I got older, I decided to become a nurse. I wanted to be part of the health...Read more
Since the adoption of the Ministerial Declaration, “Preventing through Education” in 2008, the regional political response toward comprehensive sexuality has been favorable. Nevertheless, there have also been delays and setbacks in some countries. These gaps notwithstanding, governments have become...Read more
Since the adoption of the Ministerial Declaration, “Preventing through Education” in 2008, the regional political response toward comprehensive sexuality has been favorable. Nevertheless, there have also been delays and setbacks in some countries. These gaps notwithstanding, governments have become...Read more
Political will for improving the health and rights of young people is increasing. We have seen the failure of abstinence-only programs to reduce rates of HIV infection and pregnancy among youth, and the evidence comprehensive sexuality education programs' success is growing. International...Read more