• Women’s Health: a Strategy for the African Region: Report of the Regional Director 

      Regional Committee for Africa, 53 (‏2003‎, AFR-RC53-11 Rev.1)‏
      1. Women’s health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being of women throughout their lifespan and not only their reproductive health. Women’s health is a result of the interaction of different factors: biological, psychological and sociocultural influences; environmental and occupational conditions; and economic development. The various stages in the life of a woman range from infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood to the postreproductive years. Each stage has specific health problems that influence outcomes ...