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Gender inequality holds back the growth of individuals, the development of countries and the evolution of societies, to the disadvantage of both women and men. The facts of gender inequality — the restrictions placed on women’s choices, opportunities and participation — have direct and often malign consequences for women’s health and education, and for their social and economic participation

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Reproductive Health (RH) issues are deeply rooted in the biomedical dimensions, yet their origins often lie in human behavior that is at the heart of socio-cultural dimensions. Socio-cultural research has a major contribution to make to our understanding of consequences of reproductive ill health. 

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The first cycle of the Reproductive Health (RH) sub-programme covering 1997-2001 and supported by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) aimed to integrate comprehensive and sustainable quality RH services, including sexual health, within the framework of the Primary Health Care (PHC) system. 

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