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19 July 2019
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AWEIL, South Sudan – Arek Chuor, 32, expects to deliver her seventh child in September. It will be her last, she insists. A childhood polio infection has left her with impaired mobility, including a... Read more
17 July 2019
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LUANDA, Angola – Despite remarkable gains in ensuring rights and choices in Angola, there is still a long way to go, said UNFPA Representative in Angola, Florbela Fernandes. The struggle will... Read more
17 July 2019
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LILONGWE, Malawi – Media in Malawi have committed to ensuring the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) agenda is kept in the public domain by writing a greater number of... Read more
17 July 2019
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MAPUTO, Mozambique – “It is more important than ever to have young people at the table, bringing their perspectives and ideas,” said Andrea Wojnar, UNFPA Representative in Mozambique, during the... Read more
17 July 2019
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BEIRA, Mozambique – United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres visited regions of Mozambique that were affected by Cyclone Idai*, one of the worst-ever tropical cyclone to affect the southern... Read more
12 July 2019
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JUBA, South Sudan – At age 47, Angelina Akongo was the oldest of 73 midwifery and nursing students from Juba and Kajo Keji to graduate this year – and she feels like a brand new person. “I am a... Read more
10 July 2019
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Statement by UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem on World Population Day Her life. Her choice. Our future Women have a right to make their own decisions about whether, when and how often to... Read more
8 July 2019
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VANCOUVER, Canada—As the 2030 Agenda nears its fifth birthday, work is off track on reaching international targets specific to adolescent girls and young people, which were adopted by UN Member... Read more
27 June 2019
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DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania—“Now is the time to secure the rights, choices and dignity of all, leaving no one behind,” said Jaqueline Mahon, UNFPA Representative in Tanzania, in a call for the movement... Read more
26 June 2019
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MASERU, Lesotho—“We are now aware that everyone has rights, including key populations such as sex workers and the LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people),” said Chairperson of... Read more

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