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Acceso en Acción

Guías de abogacía


Un Año en Revisión

En 2018 PAI lanzó la Iniciativa Acceso, un proyecto multinacional en Latinoamérica y el Caribe (LAC), para abordar las brechas en la salud y los derechos sexuales y reproductivos (SDSR). Si bien la región ha logrado avances importantes, los altos niveles de desigualdad socavan el acceso universal a la salud sexual y reproductiva (SSR). Dada la reciente disminución en la cooperación internacional en LAC y las disparidades críticas en los indicadores de salud en la región, existe una necesidad urgente de mejorar el acceso y la sostenibilidad de los programas de SSR para los grupos más vulnerables.



Through high-impact advocacy for health sector reform, PAI’s local partners engage governments, regional networks and community leaders to improve access to quality services and strengthen contraceptive security for youth, indigenous women and girls as well as low-income populations. Acceso builds pathways to sustainability by leveraging a robust civil society presence and national government commitments for an integrated approach to SRHR in the region.

In March 2019, PAI convened Acceso partners in Washington D.C. to review progress to date, tailor strategic thinking around the impact of impending political shifts, finalize a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation framework and examine emerging opportunities to advance sexual and reproductive rights in the region. This meeting built on PAI’s first regional convening hosted in Bogotá in September 2018 to continue facilitating South-to-South learning, greater collaboration among countries and strengthen the capacities of partner organizations in SRHR advocacy.

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