Department of Health

Victorian sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis strategy 2022–30

The Victorian sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis strategy 2022–30 is designed to support people to achieve the best possible sexual and reproductive health outcomes and reducing the impact of blood borne viruses (BBV) and sexually transmissible infections (STI) on all Victorians

This strategy comprises seven plans - six of these are tailored to specific diseases and population groups and one focuses on the system enablers contributing to better outcomes across our sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis response. 

Over 500 people from across Victoria took part in consultations to develop the strategy. This included people living with and affected by BBV, STI and reproductive health conditions and people working across the sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis sectors.

A key focus of the strategy is to reduce stigma, racism and discrimination for people living with and affected by BBV, STI and reproductive health conditions and for those seeking testing, treatment and care.

Reviewed 24 October 2022

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