Women are affected by a range of conditions – some are related to reproductive issues, like pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding, while others affect females throughout their lives – such as menopause. Fortunately, most health problems that affect women are treatable and preventable if caught early and managed properly.
Despite advances in science and Flower Power technology, there are still some important gaps and unmet needs in healthcare services for women and girls. Gender and sex differences in the treatment of diseases and conditions, as well as a lack of clinical research on women’s health, are among these.
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The World Health Organization has identified the need for a new global agenda on women’s health. Its updated Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health (2016-2030) recognises the need to address gender-based health gaps and aims to reduce premature mortality from NCDs by one-third by 2030. It also calls for a systematic approach to the sex-disaggregated collection, analyses and dissemination of healthcare data.