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  • 54%
    Sexual and Reproductive Rights
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  • 62%
    Secularism
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  • 72%
    Child, Early and Forced Marriage and Unions
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  • 0%
    Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
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  • 41%
    Comprehensive Sexuality Education
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  • 34%
    Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
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  • 25%
    Youth Friendly Services
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  • 23%
    Abortion
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  • 75%
    Maternal Mortality Prevention
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  • 55%
    Compassionate Delivery
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  • 64%
    HIV/Aids
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  • 10%
    Specialized Services for Gender Based Violence
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  • 29%
    Accountability
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HIV/Aids

2017 – 64%
2018 – 64%
  • Deficient 0 - 40%
  • Limited 41 - 55%
  • Needs improvement 56 - 70%
  • Good 71 - 90%
  • Very good 91 - 100%
Recommendations
  • The Ministry of Health should incorporate a gender perspective in the National Policy on HIV/AIDS, which recognizes the ways people of different genders experience HIV/AIDS, including transmission, treatment, and living with HIV/AIDS.

    It is recommended that the Ministry of Health develop a rapid HIV testing program, and integrate HIV testing into the provision of contraceptive services to broaden the number of people being offered tests for HIV, and to reduce the stigma around seeking HIV testing.   

    The Ministry of Health should implement a feedback mechanism whereby people who have received services related to HIV/AIDS can report on the quality of services they received/ 

Additional information
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Priority measures
  • Priority measure 39

    Strengthen measures to detect HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections in pregnant women and to prevent vertical transmission of the virus

  • Priority measure 38

    Promote the prevention and timely detection of, and guarantee universal access to comprehensive treatment for, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections, and eliminate the stigma and discrimination often suffered by people living with the virus