Women, HIV and their Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights: Are We Meeting WHO Guidelines?
A focus on contraceptive rights, inclusion, access, research in the context of HIV.
Women’s ability to decide when and if to have children is central to gender equality. Yet gender inequality and patriarchal norms underlie the challenges women face in accessing contraception.
This advocacy brief presents a snapshot of current views among women living with and vulnerable to HIV about their contraceptive priorities and experiences. A rapid review explored the extent to which these women felt that their SRHR are being upheld in relation to contraception and in the context of the WHO SRHR Guideline.