Ahmedabad, : Motherhood is a blessing for women in our society. With globalization a paradigm shift in thought process of women can be observed as more and more women are vouching for their reproductive rights citing that it is their body and their lives, and it is they who will decide whether to have a child or when to have a child.
On the eve of International Women’s Health Day, these matters gains momentum with women prioritizing their health before anything else.
28th May is observed as International Day of Action for Women’s Health. The day has been commemorated by women’s health advocates and their communities since 1987 and has been crucial in the building up awareness for Sexual and reproductive health rights. This year’s WHO campaign emphasizes greater awareness of women’s sexual & reproductive rights and access to safe and accessible care.