Research and analysis

Reproductive health: what women say

Information about the gaps in data and services in reproductive health and healthcare for women.

Documents

A consensus statement: reproductive health is a public health issue

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What do women say? Reproductive health is a public health issue

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Details

Use these documents as the starting point to develop a 5-year cross sectoral action plan for reproductive health. They can also be used as a reference point for healthcare professionals to inform prioritisation and planning.

‘A consensus statement: reproductive health is a public health issue’ is an agreed statement between partners about a vision for reproductive health which is centred on the 6 pillars of reproductive health.

‘What do women say? Reproductive health is a public health issue’ reports on the findings of a large survey of more than 7,000 women and focus groups around the country.

‘What does the data tell us? Women’s reproductive health is a public health issue’ (available to download) provides a national overview of the current status of reproductive health based on routine and survey data.

Published 26 June 2018