Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights
The Directorate-General on Development Cooperation developed strategy notes which provide concrete guidelines with regard to SRHR. Be-cause health helped to write these guidelines and is currently working on an update of the SRHR module. In preparation of a new update of the general strategy note ‘Recht op gezondheid’ (Right to healthcare), Be-cause health also prepared a new SRHR module. This module proposes guidelines in relation to the implementation of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) interventions and integration of the fight against HIV by actors of the Belgian development cooperation.
- Strategy note “Recht op Gezondheid” (The right to health) – SRHR module [not yet available online]
- Accelerate Progress - Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for All (Executive Summary)
Composition & members
Marianne Nguena Kana
The working group exists of representatives from the International Center for Reproductive health – ICRH/Ghent University, Sensoa, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Le Monde selon les Femmes, GAMS Belgique - Groupe pour l’Abolition des mutilations sexuelles féminines, Médecins du monde – Dokters van de Wereld, Memisa, Belgian Medical Student Association - BeMSA, FOS – Socialistische Solidariteit, ULB – Ecole de Santé Publique, Viva Afrika – Sant’ Egidio, The Walking Egg, as well as individual members and observers including representatives from the Department Foreign Affairs of the Flemish Government, the Belgian Development Cooperation – DGD, Health Unit and Gender Unit.
Be-cause health working groups
Planetary HealthResearchers in Global Health - Health Policy and SystemsUniversal Health CoverageMental healthDigitalisationComplexityChronic non communicable diseasesDeterminants of International HealthSocial Health ProtectionDR CongoPeople Centred CareSexual Reproductive Health and RightsHuman Resources for HealthAccess to Quality Medicines