Researchers, advocates and leaders convened last week ahead of the United Nations Commission on Population and Development to explore the continuing severe toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on gender equality and sexual and reproductive health around the world. Findings showed widespread losses in access to sexual and reproductive health services.
Up-to-date and reliable national data on population is critical for evidence-based planning and decision-making to bring progress and sustainable development in South Sudan, according to Vice President James Wani Igga. “Insufficient data is a major challenge to evidence-based planning and programming in South Sudan," he said.
From Gender Inequality to Shared Positive Social Norms
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Security Associate

23 April 2021
Job Description Job Title: National Post: Security Associate, GS6 Job ID: 36412 Location: Johannesburg, South Africa...

Data Analyst

29 April 2021
Data Analysis of the Polls conducted on the Internet of Good Things (IoGT), TuneMe and U-Report as part of the UNFPA/...