Vous êtes un jeune chercheur, ou une organisation dirigée par les jeunes et vous travaillez sur la santé sexuelle et reproductive au #Burundi ? Cet appel est pour vous.
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“These are our bottom lines… We are counting on all governments to have the courage to champion
the ‘controversial’ issues by addressing the difficult realities, many of which are related to the root causes of inequalities…
1. Keep your Promises.
2. Champion our Sexual Rights.
3. We Demand Economic Justice.
4. Leave us a Healthy Planet.
5. We are Stakeholders, not a Target Group.” (Post-2015 Consultation Youth Statement, October 2013
Globally, persons with disabilities are among the most vulnerable members of society, facing
all the structural risks of HIV/STIs including high rates of poverty, illiteracy or inadequate
educational achievement, lack of access to health resources, and significant levels of
exclusion, stigma and discrimination. The following summarises some of the main challenges
they face in relation to SRHR