Reproduction and Sexual Health

A state of total physical, mental, and social well-being in all aspects pertaining to the reproductive system is considered good sexual and reproductive health. It implies that humans have the capacity to reproduce and the choice to choose if, when, and how frequently to do so, as well as the ability to have a pleasant and safe sexual life. People require access to correct information and their preferred safe, effective, economical, and acceptable method of contraception in order to preserve their sexual and reproductive health. They must be informed and given the tools they need to safeguard against STIs. Women also need access to qualified healthcare professionals and resources when they decide to start a family so they can have a healthy pregnancy, safe delivery, and healthy child.

  • Track 1-1 Sexual Self-Esteem
  • Track 2-2 Sexual Orientation
  • Track 3-3 Gender Identity
  • Track 4-4 Gender Expression
  • Track 5-5 Reproduction

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