An Impactful Investment: Why sexual and reproductive health deserves a place in your portfolio

Impact   |   1 November 2023 

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Few investments are more impactful than contraception to improve the health of women, families, and communities. The Copenhagen Consensus declared that investments in family planning would contribute to expanded access to education, women’s empowerment, the prevention of HIV, poverty reduction, and environmental sustainability, making it one of the most cost-effective global health and development interventions.

Read our briefing on why sexual and reproductive healthcare is an impactful investment.


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