May 28, 2021


Observed globally on May 28, the International Day of Action for Women’s Health was launched 30 years ago by the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Movement to raise awareness on the sexual and reproductive issues faced by women all over the world.

The world has overcome many pandemics however, it struggles to overcome the Inequality Pandemic when women are concerned. Africa is one of the continents that is known to be deeply rooted in customs and traditions, as a result, there is a limited understanding of women’s health needs.  Themed, Ending the Inequality Pandemic and Ensuring SRHR remains essential! The Setshaba Research Centre heeded the call to end the Inequality Pandemic and Ensure that Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for women remain essential.
Together we can fight for women’s equal right to health and control of their health issues,
Together we can end the Inequality Pandemic,
Together we can build a safe world for our girl children,
Together we can!