There is a high burden of reproductive illnesses among Nigerian women but a lot of it hidden because of an unspoken rule of silence.
During epidemics, the measures taken to protect populations and to keep health systems afloat leave women and girls vulnerable to violence.
Many countries still don’t openly and comprehensively address sexual and reproductive health.
Providing women with a range of reproductive health options – from abortions to IUDs – is not only essential for their financial security but good for the economy as well.
Malawi and Tanzania have created programs to provide sexual and reproductive health services and HIV interventions. But men who have sex with men say it's still difficult to access care.