Using Uruguay’s harm reduction approach to allow women with Zika infection to have legal abortions & WHO advice on Zika

The Vice Minister of Public Health in Uruguay, who introduced a harm reduction policy for reducing the risk of unsafe abortions before the country’s abortion law was reformed, has suggested a similar policy in relation to Zika infection | WHO releases new advice on Olympic Games, Zika infection, pregnancy and safer sex.

URUGUAY: A Statement and a Video to Mark 28 September

Mujer y Salud en Uruguay, together with the Secretary of Gender, Equality and Diversity of the PIT- CNT (National Trade Union Centre), would like to share the statement and a link to our video below marking 28 September. / En el marco del 28 de setiembre, Día Internacional por la Despenalización del Aborto, MYSU presenta el video Aborto en Uruguay: cronología feminista de una lucha. Uruguay is one of the few countries that has made … Continued

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