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20 July 2015

Saving lives of mothers and babies

KAMPALA, Uganda – The United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA in Uganda has handed reproductive health supplies and equipment worth more than $770,000 to the Government of Uganda in an effort to improve maternal and newborn health.

20 July 2015

From fistula survivor to mentor

Mozambique – Less than a year ago, Yolanda Ijracoze, an 18-year-old a refugee from Burundi, found herself waiting to be treated for obstetric fistula at Nampula Central Hospital.

16 July 2015

TCG on ESA Commitment

Almost two years after ministers of health and education from 20 countries in East and Southern Africa (ESA) committed to scaling up comprehensive sexuality education and related health information and services for adolescents and youth, remarkable progress has been achieved in the region.

Improving Health Care in Zambia
Improving Health Care in Zambia
Improving Health Care in Malawi Through Linkages of Services
Improving Health Care in Malawi
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


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Linking Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and HIV in Southern Africa
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