Food & Water
Empowering women helps boost food security and access to clean water, and helps families manage resource challenges of all kinds.
How leaders in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley combine family planning, farming, and conservation initiatives for healthy and sustainable future
How is family planning helping to rebuild tropical fisheries? What might we learn from this as we turn our attention to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?
At the end of this month, world leaders will converge on United Nations headquarters in New York to affirm and formally adopt the global sustainable development priorities for the next 15 years. All of the goals are laudable and worth pursuing. They are intertwined and should be pursued simultaneously. Achieving them will immeasurably improve the… Read more »
In light of recent funding cuts to vital global family planning programs, the Universal Access Project has compiled this toolkit as a resource for background, current context, and areas of intersection with SRHR, or the landscape of universal sexual and reproductive health and rights. From the toolkit: “This toolkit provides background, context and resources for journalists writing about global SRHR and related topics. It includes an overview of key challenges and opportunities in ensuring comprehensive SRHR; a snapshot of the current U.S. political landscape with regards to SRHR; a summary of global commitments to SRHR and progress against those commitments; and in-depth information and additional resources on a variety of SRHR-relevant topics.”
Roger-Mark DeSouza’s nuanced take on a high-level U.S./Africa leaders summit and a deeper look at cross-cutting issues across the continent.
Where does sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) fit into a sustainable development agenda? Just about everywhere, according to a new set of briefing memos produced by the Universal Access Project (UAP), a project of the United Nations Foundation. From education to prosperity, health to gender equality and the environment, the rights of individuals… Read more »