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2gether4SRHR 2020 Annual Narrative Report

Annual Report

2gether4SRHR is a joint United Nations regional programme that combines the efforts of UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of all people in Eastern and Southern Africa, particularly adolescent girls, young people, and key populations. The Programme aims to fast-track the attainment of the 2030 targets of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, improve the health and well-being for all at all ages, and SDG 5, achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

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2gether4SRHR Mid-Term Review Report: 2018-2020

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This Mid-term review of the 2gether4SRHR programme offers insights and lessons learned on the effectiveness of programme implementation. Future programme implementation will build upon these insights, address the opportunities and gaps identified during the MTR, and continue documenting and amplifying lessons learned.

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Menstrual Health in East and Southern Africa

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This rapid review was commissioned to take stock and document progress made since the 2018 East and Southern Africa Menstrual Health Management Symposium, including at country level, and with the additional purpose of assessing and documenting the impact of the strengthened advocacy through the African Coalition for Menstrual Health Management.

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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in National Climate Policy

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UNFPA, in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London, undertook a review and systematic content analysis of SRHR references and related thematic areas in Nationally Determined Contribution documents documents for 50 countries. The review aimed to describe how SRHR is currently represented in NDC and related policy documents to help determine how climate policy can better reflect SRHR.

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How are Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Represented in National Climate Policy?

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UNFPA, in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London, undertook a review and systematic content analysis of SRHR references and related thematic areas in Nationally Determined Contribution documents (NDCs) documents for 50 countries. The review aimed to describe how SRHR is currently represented in NDC and related policy documents to help determine how climate policy can better reflect SRHR.

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Women and Girls with Disabilities

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This resource pack aims to aid a range of actors such as United Nations Country Teams, civil society, governments, multilateral organizations, and others involved in COVID-19 response and recovery to ensure that their policies and practices are inclusive of women and girls with disabilities and their rights are promoted.

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Thinking Out of the Box: A Collection of Innovative Case Studies from UNFPA and Partners

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These ten cases studies describe a variety of strategies adopted by UNFPA and its partners in ESA to ensure service delivery in these difficult times. The lessons learned will have value beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, and even beyond HIV prevention.

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COVID-19 Rapid Gender Assessment - Uganda 2020

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UN Women in partnership with UNFPA and UBOS commissioned a computer-assisted telephone interview survey in Uganda’s four regions. The results are intended to provide policy and decision-makers with reliable evidence and information to design appropriate interventions that address the current needs of the population.

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COVID-19 Rapid Gender Assessment - South Africa 2020

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This report summarizes the findings of a Computer Assisted Telephonic Interview (CATI) rapid gender assessment (RGA) survey measuring the effects of COVID-19 on women and men in South Africa. The study investigated the effects of COVID-19 and its associated movement restrictions on the socio-economic conditions of women and men, identify appropriate program interventions, and select advocacy messages that can be used to improve their well-being.

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COVID-19 Rapid Gender Assessment - Malawi 2020

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Commissioned by UN Women and UNFPA, the study was aimed at producing sex-disaggregated data on the impacts of COVID-19 on women and men aged 18 years and older in Malawi. This publication summarizes the findings of the rapid gender assessment (RGA) report.

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