Calls to delay pregnancy in several countries where the Zika virus has spread have revealed gaps in health systems resulting from unfulfilled demands for sexual and reproductive health-care services. Look to the reproductive rights and HIV and AIDS movements could be a way for insights into the ways in which local goverments can more effectively center the needs of those most marginalized while fighting this crisis. The reflection has published in RH Reality Check.
“Activists have known for a long time what is needed at a structural level to ensure that women’s health and rights are respected and promoted. Reproductive rights and HIV and AIDS advocates have said it all along”, said RH Reality Check.
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