Women still face many barriers when it comes to healthcare


Women’s health rights are foundational to achieving gender equality, promoting social justice and advancing global development. — 123rf

Women's health rights are pivotal in today’s pursuit of equality, embodying the empowerment of women to take control of their well-being.

“My Health, My Right” is more than a slogan; it’s a call to action recognising the link between women’s health and their ability to lead fulfilling lives and drive global development.

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