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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

Organizations relating to Reproductive System

International Society of Gynecological Endocrinology / Pisa, Italy / Est. 1986
World Association of Perinatal Medicine / Mexico City, Mexico / Est. 1988
Women on Waves / Amsterdam, Netherlands
Breast European Adjuvant Study Team / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1997
Mediterranean Society for Reproductive Medicine
European College for the Study of Vulval Diseases / Windsor, UK / Est. 1997
World Endometriosis Research Foundation / London, UK / Est. 2006
Society for Reproductive Investigation / Milwaukee WI, USA / Est. 1953
European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1980
Ibero-American Society of Gynecological Endoscopy and Images / Monteria, Colombia / Est. 1984
European Board of Neonatology / Satigny, Switzerland
International Society for Prenatal Diagnosis / Charlottesville VA, USA / Est. 1996
Postabortion Care Consortium / Est. 1993
Magee Womancare International / Pittsburgh PA, USA / Est. 1992
Asia Pacific Association for Gynecologic Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Therapy / Taoyuan, Taiwan / Est. 2003
International Centre for Reproductive Health / Ghent, Belgium / Est. 1994
Association for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health / Forestville CA, USA / Est. 1983
European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology / Belfast, UK / Est. 1996
International Association of Private Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinics and Laboratories / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1998
African Society of Organization Gestosis / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1996
Société interdisciplinaire francophone d\'urodynamique et de pelvi-périnéologie / Perpignan, France / Est. 1977
International Breast Cancer Study Group / Bern, Switzerland / Est. 1977
International Symposium on Intrauterine Surveillance
International Confederation of Midwives / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1919
Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation / St John's, Antigua-Barbuda / Est. 1971

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World Problems relating to Reproductive System

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Breast cancer
Brucellosis
Genetic discrimination
Rape
Maternal mortality
Illegal induced abortion
Maternal malnutrition
Substance abuse during pregnancy and breast-feeding
Unnecessary gynaecological surgery
Gender abortions
Foetal alcohol syndrome
Artificial insemination
Inhuman conception by homosexual parents
Vulnerability of children to AIDS
Sexual frigidity
Adolescent induced abortions
Coercive population control
Childhood trauma
Male mid-life crisis
Induced abortion
Dehumanization of health care
Perinatal mortality
Neonatal mortality
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Sexual manipulation of domestic animals and plants

Action Strategies relating to Reproductive System

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using female hormone replacement therapy
Treating breast cancer
Improving access to abortion
Demanding safe legal abortion
Strengthening comprehensive health care for women
Teaching about sexuality
Providing reproductive health counselling for adolescents
Providing abortion counselling for women
Protecting sexual and reproductive health
Criminalizing abortion
Investigating abortion as murder
Providing mother/child care
Having gender abortion
Terminating pregnancies
Evaluating family planning
Researching infant mortality
Promoting adolescent reproductive health awareness
Publishing materials about adolescent sexuality
Bearing children
Studying reproductive system diseases in animals
Covering up miscarriage of criminal justice
Studying diseases of female reproductive organs
Increasing intervals between pregnancies
Reducing intervals between pregnancies
Reducing neonatal mortality

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