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The 2015 Annual Report reflects the results of better and more precise data on the programme's achievements, and provide the basis for more in-depth analysis of progress. The experience and lessons contained in this report are important for the continued success of the Joint Programme.

 

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Impressive progress has been achieved in maternal health in East and Southern Africa (ESA), but the region still sees far too many deaths and ill health related to childbirth. This report shows that UNFPA’s flagship project, Preventing Maternal Deaths in East and Southern Africa (PreMDESA), is making a real difference in the lives of millions.

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This report provides a summary of UNFPA's progress and achievements in East and Southern Africa in 2016. It focuses on the areas of improving maternal health, strengthening integrated HIV and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, improving SRH for young people, progress in using innovation to improve SRH, ensuring SRH in crisis situations, and increasing resources to fund UNFPA's programmes in the region.

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This evidence brief sets out the key findings and key recommendations on the evidence of effectiveness of SRH/HIV integration in East and Southern Africa.

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Youth-friendly services are health-care services that meet the needs of young people, between the ages of 10-24 years old, like you! The staff that provide youth-friendly health services aren’t there to judge you. They are trained and ready to help you. Read this pamphlet for more information.

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Everything you post and share online creates a permanent public image of you. Every post is like a tattoo – it’s forever!

This leaflet is a great guide about how to stay safe while using social media - what to do and what not to do. Essential reading for adolescents and young people.

 

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Where will the 10-year-old girl be at 25? Much depends on the choices many different people make, from parents to policymakers, educators to health-care professionals, economists to entrepreneurs, journalists to community leaders. We must all be involved. Today’s 10-year-old girl is already on the way to her future. And her future is our own.

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This brief documents key findings on gender-based violence in Zimbabwe.

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The 2015 MMR estimate for Zimbabwe confirms that of other surveys (Census 2012 and MICS 2014). However, it is still far from the 2020 target established by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC).

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This brief documents key findings on the use of family planning in Zimbabwe.

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