Sexual and reproductive health

Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and HIV

Mother poses with her daughter who is living without the virus, Nigeria.
UNAIDS

SRHR/HIV linkages are bidirectional synergies in policy, programmes, and service delivery that support comprehensive sexual and reproductive health needs and rights of all people, including people living with HIV and people at risk of HIV, within a framework of gender equality and human rights.

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AIDS free

WomenHIV is a leading cause of death in women of reproductive age.

SRHR of women living with HIV

Start free

ChildrenIn 2016 five countries have eliminated new paediatric HIV and syphilis infections.

Dual elimination of syphilis and HIV

Stay free

Adolescents2 500 young people are newly infected with HIV every day.

SRHR of AGYW at risk of HIV

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Strengthened health systems

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    Overview of national level data for more than 150 indicators covering the full scope of SRHR and HIV linkages.

SRHR/HIV Linkages Index

The SRHR and HIV Linkages Index

The Index combines 30 indicators to assess progress made in 60 countries towards achieving a fully linked SRHR and HIV response.

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Partnership

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30 partner organizations co-convened by WHO/RHR to:

  • advocate for political commitment to a linked sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and HIV agenda
  • support national action to strenghten SRHR and HIV linkages at the policy, systems and service delivery levels; and
  • create a common understanding of SRHR and HIV linkages by building the evidence base and sharing research, good practice and lessons learnt