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Understanding the Gaps in Health Systems for Women in Asia Pacific

Every woman has a universal right to good health.

With the knowledge to make informed decisions, and policies that support her health, she has the freedom to be who she wants to be. 

For too long, science has placed men in the forefront as the “default human”, leaving women overlooked and left behind.  As a result, today, women are faced with inequities and different levels of fairness in treatment, care, and access to healthcare.

According to the WHO, health equity is determined by the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, play and age, and is achieved when everyone can attain their full potential for health and well-being. 

Read the infographic below to understand the challenges and perceptions of healthcare women have in our region.

Women are faced with inequities and fairness in treatment, care and access to healthcare. 

Isn’t it time to change these facts? 

Change the facts. 

Change your future.


To download this PDF, click here. To learn more about the findings of this survey, click here. 

Roche is committed to changing the facts in women’s health – for better health outcomes for women everywhere. Find out more about our efforts here

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