Some WHO Technical guidelines related with human
Reproductive and sexual health2 is fundamental to individuals, couples and families, and the social and economic development of communities and nations. Concerned about the slow progress made in improving reproductive and sexual health over the past decade, and knowing that the international development goals would not be achieved without renewed commitment by the international community, the Fifty-fifth World Health Assembly adopted resolution WHA55.19 requesting WHO to develop a strategy for accelerating progress towards attainment of international development goals and targets related to reproductive health.
The Fifty-sixth World Health Assembly, Having considered the report on the strategy for child and adolescent health and development; Recognizing the right of children and adolescents to the highest attainable standard of health and access to health care as set forth in internationally agreed human rights instruments.
As human beings, our health and the health of those we care about is a matter of daily concern. Regardless of our age, gender, socio-economic or ethnic background, we consider our health to be our most basic and essential asset. Ill health, on the other hand, can keep us from going to school or to work, from attending to our family responsibilities or from participating fully in the activities of our community. By the same token, we are willing to make many sacrifices if only that would guarantee us and our families a longer and healthier life. In short, when we talk about well-being, health is often what we have in mind.
The right to health means that governments must generate conditions in which everyone can be as healthy as possible. Such conditrange from ensuring availability of health services, healthy and safe working conditions, adequate housing and nutritious food. The right to health does not mean the right ot be healthy.
WHA58.23 Disability, including prevention, management and rehabilitation. The Fifty-eighth World Health Assembly, Having considered the report on disability, including prevention, management and rehabilitation, Noting that about 600 million people live with disabilities of various types