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Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services, including for family planning, information and education, and integrate productive health into national strategies and programs.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Local Health Clinics and Community Health Centers: Provide reproductive health services, family planning information, and education at the community level.

  2. Women's Health and Family Planning Centers: Organizations specifically dedicated to women's health and family planning services are common at the community level.

  3. Community-Based Health Promoters: Raise awareness about sexual and reproductive health issues and promote education.

  4. Youth-led Organizations: Groups run by young people that focus on sexual health education, family planning, and reproductive rights within the community.

  5. Community-Based Organizations: Address various community needs, including sexual and reproductive health and family planning.

  6. Parent-Teacher Associations: Can play a role in promoting comprehensive sexual education and supporting family planning initiatives.

  7. Women's Empowerment Groups: Organizations that aim to empower women often include components related to reproductive health and family planning.

  8. Community Education Centers: Provide education on various topics, including sexual and reproductive health.

  9. Community Health Worker Networks: Provide basic health services, including education on family planning and reproductive health.

  10. Community-Based Family Planning Initiatives: Promote family planning and reproductive health awareness.

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