Midwife Marie Nancy Christiane with baby Noelia, born in a tent provided by UNFPA as a temporary maternity ward, after the refer
At mid-afternoon, a special baby lets out her first cry. Noelia has just been born in a tent serving as a temporary maternity ward at Mananjary's referral hospital, after the main structure was destroyed by cyclones. 
Census enumerator Sakarea Lepono explaining the importance of being counted to Segolame Bolosaka and her sister.
Segolame Bolosaka, 23, a young mother of two and with a third on the way, works on a farm together with her partner. They live in Kgare, a small settlement with no clinic, school, or running water. She travels by donkey cart to the nearby village to access health services.
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Consultancy - Development of a strategy to meaningfully engage men and boys to deliver on UNFPA’s three transformative results in East and Southern Africa

27 May 2022
Closing date: 27 May 2022 05:00 PM (America/New York) Duty Station: Remote (as to be mutually agreed between UNFPA...