Sexually transmitted and reproductive tract infections
Accelerating dual elimination of Mother-To-Child Transmission of syphilis and HIV through use of new diagnostic tools
Brief sexuality-related communication
A tool for strengthening STI surveillance at the country level
Progress report of the implementation of the global strategy for prevention and control of sexually transmitted infections: 2006–2015
Stakeholder consultation on priority implementation research to inform development of WHO normative guidance on topical pre-exposure prophylaxis
In developing countries, STIs and their complications rank in the top five disease categories for which adults seek health care. Infection with STIs can lead to acute symptoms, chronic infection and serious delayed consequences such as infertility, ectopic pregnancy, cervical cancer and the untimely death of infants and adults.