Sexual and reproductive health

Sexual and reproductive health is very personal, so people may have trouble finding or asking for accurate information about it. This may also help explain why these issues are still not addressed openly, and services are inadequate, fragmented and unfriendly in some countries in the European Region. Complications of pregnancy and childbirth, unsafe abortions, reproductive tract infections, sexual violence and women dying from avoidable cancer are just a few of the problems in this area. WHO/Europe assists countries to evaluate their situations and to choose the optimal way to improve them.

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Experts address alarming increase in caesarean sections at meeting in Tbilisi, Georgia

Member States, policy-makers and experts from 19 countries gathered at a WHO meeting in Tbilisi, Georgia, to agree on how to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections (C-sections) in the WHO European Region.

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Video: The six things I'd advise my teenage daughter on her sexual health

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Fact sheet on SDGs - Sexual and Reproductive Health (2017)

Universal access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is key to improve the quality of life for everyone

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