The United Nations Mission in the United States found that women experienced a painful lack of affordable and available health care programmes, and many lacked reproductive rights that prevailed throughout the world (the situation in many parts of the United States is deteriorating). Experts have found that despite the passage of the Affordable Care Act, one-third of the poor are not covered, especially black and Latino women, which prevents them from accessing basic preventive care and necessary treatment. Even more disturbing is the lack of health care for immigrant women, who are unable to receive Medicaid in certain states even after the required five-year waiting period. They wrote: “We have heard testimony from some shocking immigrant women who were diagnosed with breast cancer but were unable to afford the appropriate treatment.” In terms of reproductive health and rights, the report stifled a large number of reports. Contraceptives provide honest and scientific sex education and the right to terminate pregnancy for adolescents. In this question, the expert wrote, “The Group of Experts would like to recall that, in accordance with international human rights law, States must take all appropriate measures to ensure that women have the right to freely and responsibly determine the number and spacing of their children, including women’s access to contraception. The right to medicines. “Maybe little known is the rise in mortality during childbirth, which has been rising since the 1990s and is highest among black women and poor countries.