The lack of comprehensive studies that include the preventive, educative, and care aspects of sexual and reproductive health and rights makes it difficult to make a proper diagnosis of the situation. There are several factors that play a role here: the lack of statistical information on some key indicators, the different statistical approach of other indicators, or the heterogeneous and unequal care structure and operation in the autonomous communities of Spain.
The Spanish Family Planning Federation performs specific studies with the aim of providing information and new analyses on the state of health, benefits and services in the fields of sexuality and reproduction. Identifying best practices and existing problems makes it possible to have a better-aimed impact on the improvement proposals of care structures, services, benefits and regulations to better match the sexual and reproductive needs of women and men.
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