The final paper in the Online/Series represents a call to action and focuses on what needs to be done to achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health services by 2015.
Sexual and reproductive health for all is an achievable goal--if cost-effective interventions are properly scaled up; political commitment is revitalised; and financial resources are mobilised, rationally allocated, and more effectively used, write Mahmoud Fathalla (Assiut University, Egypt) and colleagues.
Scaling-up cost effective interventions
Revitalisation of political commitment
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