Viet Nam's present Foreign Policy The world in the 21st century continues to witness complex and unpredictable changes. Deepening globalization exerts impacts on all countries. Countries, large or small, have been actively engaged in international integration.
Vietnam's national strategy on reproductive health care for the 2001-2010 period Vietnam's national strategy on reproductive health care for the 2001-2010 period
1. Goal and objectives on Reproductive Health Care
By 2010, to achieve a marked improvement in the reproductive health (RH) status and narrow the gap between regions and target groups by better meeting various demands for RH in line with different local situations, especially taking disadvantaged areas and target groups into account.
To make remarkable changes in perception, support and commitment to realizing objectives and contents of reproductive health care (RHC) by people of all strata, first of all by leaders and heads of institutions and associations.
To maintain the sustainable trend of reducing fertility; to ensure the rights of women and couples to have children and to select quality contraceptive methods; to decrease unwanted pregnancies and abortion-related complications.
To improve the health status of women and mothers; to reduce the rate of maternal mortality and morbidity, and children’s mortality among different regions and target groups, taking disadvantaged areas and beneficiaries of government policies into special account.
To take efficient preventive measures in a bid to reduce the incidence of disease and cure reproductive tract infections and sexual transmission diseases (STD), including HIV/AIDS, and infertility-related problems.
To deliver better RHC to the elderly, particularly to older women; to provide early diagnosis and treatment with breast cancer and other cancers of the male and female reproductive tracts.
To improve the RH status and sexual health of adolescents through education, counseling and provision of specific RHC services for specific age groups.
To improve male and female awareness of sex and sexuality to facilitate their fulfillment of the reproductive rights and responsibilities, and develop safe and responsible sexual relations on the basis of equality and mutual respect in a bid to improve the RH and the quality of life.
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