Again, due to the need to decentralize the effective advancement of sexual and reproductive health, countries including the United Kingdom have set up several localized sexual health projects. One of such is found in Solihull. With a population of 94,753, Solihull is faced with a number of sexual and reproductive health issues including high sexually transmitted infection rate and high rate of unplanned conception. As it is commonly said, if you do not know where you are going, any road takes you there. This means that for major project such as the sexual and repreoductive health program of Solihull, it is important to have a strategic agenda that guides the implementation of the project. It is in light of this that the Solihull Sexual Health Strategic Plan 2008 – 2013 has been designed as a policy context for dealing with the many issues of sexual and reproductive health that confront Solihull.
The population of Solihull suffers from three major sexual and reproductive health needs, which form the basis for the sexual and health strategic plan 2008 to 2013. The first of these has to do with a sudden high rate of teenage conception in the last 3 years. It has been observed that unlike what existed earlier where the national rates of teenage conception for England was higher than what existed in Solihull, there has been a sudden turn around whereby the teenage conception rates have gone higher within the population than what existed before (Wanless, 2004). Even though the rates are currently not above the national rates, they remain higher than they were before. In the graph below, the rate of teenage pregnancy in women aged 15 to 17 in 2009 and 2011 are compared between England and Solihull.
From the graph, it can be seen that the rate of teenage pregnancy and for that matter unplanned conception in Solihull keeps increasing with increasing national rates. The second sexual health need that confronts the region has to ...
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