Actually, the section of these reports having to do with reproductive rights hardly mention that issue at all. That’s the section where they discuss things like
ability to secure contraception without coercion or violence
Coercion or violence? I never heard of such a thing. Could you explain what you have heard in this regard? Is this something that is common in countries other than the USA.
access to pre-natal care
I assume you are speaking of those women who are predominantly poor. I am in agreement that healthcare should not be the sole prize possession of the rich
access to doctors/midwives or other skilled care at birth and maternal mortality
Again, I assume you are speaking in regards to the poor.
government dictation of # of children through coercion and violence (e.g. loss of jobs, jailing, forced abortions and sterilizations are mentioned in the China report)
the influence of war on mothers/infants at time of birth
This is probably one of the biggest post-partum issues which birth mothers face thanks to the Empire we live in and our obscene delight in bombing anything that moves and has brown skin.
the affect of HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted deadly diseases
treatment of pregnant female prisoners
treatment of women having babies outside of marriage
Aside from governments forcing abortions there are a couple of countries where the reproductive rights section would mention particularly high rates of women being jailed for terminating a pregnancy.
These are all human rights issues for mothers with which I agree.