Posts Tagged ‘reproductive health’
Again, we faced the Minister of Health with the Archbishop of Lima, on the topic of sexuality. This issue also involved the feminist group claiming that there are more than 50 000 pregnant adolescents and the urgency of sharing physical media before the item increases.
What is striking is that three characters take part in special social issues propose each opposed their point of view, without going to the center of the nature of the event. Taken in response, a solution to the problems of sexuality a single output, pragmatic and logical benefit large laboratories that produce these products and to introduce them into the market, give to their users.
What surprised, by the Mohr is to launch its campaign of condom distribution as a definitive, unique, guided by its policy of birth control, and fear associated infections. Nothing speaks to the human development of the adolescent, which is dedicated this campaign, because they know they are most vulnerable to these issues. No seeks to educate, not in sexual and reproductive health in general, if not in mental health would be scientifically accurate measure to deal comprehensively and not just this one if no other issues of adolescence such as drug use, alcohol, learning, achievement in math and reading comprehension as well as proper use of time and generally
WHO insists on confronting these issues in a preventive and promotional and studies have shown that programs in other countries are effective, give good results.
The Church, or at least run by Cyprian, out to defend their views and forget about the serious problems among its priests accused worldwide of serious sexual problems. A very sensitive issue to be morally hard to resolve and, if fewer people want to believe them and I have confidence. They could also host the WHO criteria and apply them in training their members to demonstrate to society that if you can handle this sexual energy that dominates those who do not have adequate life project, have failed to form a good structure personality.
Urban life and access to information technologies open to girls and young women a range of possibilities: better education, access to health and a lot of ideas and new skills. However, at the same time involve a number of dangers. A report by the humanitarian organization
Plan International published the fourth study report of the series “Because I Am a Girl: The State of the World’s Girls 2010″ (“Because I’m a girl: The status of girls in the world 2010″) and entitled “Digital and Urban Frontiers: Girls in a Changing Landscape “(” Digital Borders and urban areas: The girls in a changing landscape. “)
“The urban life and technology are two areas of growth and real opportunities, but it also means that girls and young women may be at risk,” he told IPS the report’s editor, Sharon Gould’s
Each month, the cities of the developing world increased by about five million people, with the arrival of immigrants from rural areas who aspire to a better life for themselves and their families left behind. It is estimated that by 2030 some 1,500 million girls live in urban areas.
The girls who move to the cities are more likely to go to school. In developing countries, assistance may be up to 37 percent higher for adolescents between 15 and 19. Access to health services is also easier, reducing maternal mortality and improves the understanding of sexual and reproductive health.
However, these benefits are accompanied by significant risks, homelessness, overcrowding and poor sanitation, all leading to an increase in physical and sexual abuse against women.