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6th World Congress on Control and Prevention of HIV/AIDS, STDs & STIs

Zurich, Switzerland

Thierry Troussier

Thierry Troussier

Head of UNESCO Chair Sexual Health & Human Rights
Paris Diderot University
France

Title: Why it is important to integrate the SDGs in a sexual and reproductive health education to improve the HIV and STIs results and to achieve the SDGs?

Biography

Biography: Thierry Troussier

Abstract

Background: The UNESCO Chair for sexual health & human rights is engaged in the implementation of the sustainable developmentgoals (SDGs). Strategically, she uses a global perspective them to advance her advocacy on sexual reproductive health and rights(SRHR).Methods: For increase understanding and exchange experiences on sexual reproductive health and rights, the UNESCO Chair proposes a chart developing targets for 17 SDGs, in relation with SRHR. This chart on “Sexual Health and Rights” in the 2030 Agenda NU, is presented for this symposium. Results: The aim of this chart is to describe the relation between the SDGs, human rights and sexual health in order to: facilitatepeople’s access to information and lifelong learning on their sexual heath and reproductive health; promote health and sexual wellbeingfor living better and longer; ensuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services and ending the HIV and

STIs epidemics; include a focus on the general population and specific population groups like migrants, LGBTI, handicapped andelderly people; challenge pervasive stigmatization and discrimination and; to promote a people-centered approach, gender equalityand health equity. The final objective of this chart is to strengthen and advance our advocacy on sexual and reproductive health andsexual rights on the ground, among healthcare professionals, social and legal professionals, as well as with the decision makers.Conclusion & Discussion: To achieve in 2030, the sustainable development goals 3.3 (end the HIV and STIs epidemics) as well asthe targets of goal 2 (zero hunger), goal 6 (clean water and sanitation) and goal 7 (clean and affordable energy), this requires thatgoal 17 be fully realized indeed the partnerships between the countries, the regions of the world and between the private and public organizations is essential to solve financial and human needs.