UNFPA

UNFPA is the lead UN agency for enhancing possibilities of women and youth to access a healthy sexual and reproductive life, particularly through access to voluntary family planning and safe motherhood. UNFPA is supporting Sustainable Development Goals number 3  on health,  Goal 4 on education  and Goal 5 on gender equality context appropriate through advocacy and results based actions that promote development rights and opportunities especially for  young people and women. This work is undertaken in the context of promotion of human rights and population dynamics where UNFPA supports data collection, analysis and diffusion for decision making that is evidence based and responsive to the emerging needs of the population. UNFPA plays the role of a catalyzer, linking advocacy to action, through strategic alliances with the Government, UN agencies, civil society organizations, private sector and media. UNFPA makes a difference in people’s lives focusing on realising the potential of each young person. 

UNFPA in Algeria

Algeria recorded tangible progress in the past 20 years, in particular, the modernization of economic and social infrastructures, the reduction of poverty and unemployment rates and the improvement of human development. UNFPA support began in 1989, with early success in integrating family planning in primary health care, expending reproductive health service to meet the needs of all segments of the population, and promoting services like screening for women cancers. Programmes also support HIV prevention, adolescent reproductive health, and the reduction of gender-based violence.