The DCP3 evaluation of these conditions produced three key findings:
1. There is significant difficulty in measuring the burden of key conditions such as unintended pregnancy, unsafe abortion, nonsexually transmitted infections, infertility, and violence against women.
2. Investments in the continuum of care can have significant returns for improved and equitable access, health, poverty, and health systems.
3. There is a large difference in how RMNCH conditions affect different income groups; investments in RMNCH can lessen the disparity in terms of both health and financial risk.
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