30 March 2015

Reducing maternal deaths and injuries

JOINT PRESS RELEASE Japan allocates 3.22 million USD to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity among populations affected by crisis in three most affected states in South Sudan  

A group of lactating mothers relaxes outside a tent used as a 'safe space’ for women and girls at Mpasa camp in Phalombe, Malawi. Photo: UNFPA Malawi

17 March 2015

Flooding devastates Malawi

CHIKWAWA, Malawi, 5 March – This year’s International Women’s Day is one that 43-year-old Mary, an Internally Displaced Person (IDP) in Jombo Camp, will never forget.

UNFPA Deputy Regional Director for West and Central Africa, Beatrice Mutali.

26 February 2015

Setting course for reliable civil registration

YAMOUSSOUKRO, Côte d’Ivoire — African ministers pledged to mobilize greater financial resources to strengthen civil registration systems, at the 3rd Conference of African Ministers responsible for Civil Registration.

Changing Lives in Namibia
Changing Lives in Namibia
Botswana Reinvents its Public Clinics
Botswana Reinvents its Public Clinics
Family planning does not mean population control - Ugandan Pres. Yoweri Museveni
Family planning is not population control
Masanga community takes a stand against FGM
Taking a stand against FGM
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