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Renewed Commitment to Reproductive Health Has Implications for Global Environment

Secretary Clinton made a commitment to women and girls’ health and progress worldwide, which in turn will contribute to tremendous gains on global environmental and climate sustainability.

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The $1 Billion Opportunity

Investing $1 billion in voluntary family planning programs would help millions of families live better lives, while contributing to major reductions in infant and maternal mortality, HIV infections and global poverty.

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Reaching the Global Goal: Health and Rights for All

This afternoon, the world will be watching for a renewed U.S. commitment to reaching the goals of the ICPD Plan of Action. But after the speeches, commitments made must be turned into action.

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ICPD: Refocusing on Comprehensive Reproductive Health

All women – whether living with HIV, married, young, transgender, poor, queer – experience their reproductive health in overlapping ways throughout their lives, and reproductive health programs and services should reflect this reality.

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