Sexual and reproductive health

Self-care interventions for health

Self-care interventions bring health services to people. SELF-CARE REQUIRES: (1) Acknowledging people as active participants in informed health decision-making (2) A holistic approach to health and well-being across the life course (3) Respecting human rights, ethical considerations and gender equality (4) Quality, evidence-based products and interventions

Self care is a new approach to primary healthcare

Access to self-care inverventions improve people's autonomy. SELF CARE CAN BE ACCESSED THROUGH: Health facilities; Pharmacy; Primary care and community service; Caregivers; Shops; Digital platforms and mobile technologies; Family, friends and communities

Self-administration of injectable contraception. A woman-initiated intervention that can improve lives of many women who want to avoid pregnancy.

HPV self-sampling improves screening for cervical cancer