Why improving female sexual health and rights leads to a better society

Yasira Sara, waits for her turn to be attended at the door of a maternity hospital in Maracaibo, Venezuela June 17, 2015. Picture taken on June 17, 2015. To match Feature VENEZUELA-MOTHERS/ REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia

"Sexual and reproductive health services are fragmented, often duplicated and inefficient." Image: REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia

Marleen Temmerman
Director of the Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health, The Aga Khan University
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