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The Impact of the Climate Crisis on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

The Impact of the Climate Crisis on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

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The climate crisis impacts sexual and reproductive health and the ability to realize fundamental human rights. Realizing sexual and reproductive health and rights contributes to reducing inequalities and increases individuals and communities’ resilience to climate change to help ensure no one is left behind as climate impacts intensify.

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Celebrating the Fifth Anniversary of the UNFPA–UNICEF Global Programme to End Child Marriage in East and Southern Africa

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This report is based the Global Programme to End Child Marriage's (GPECM) fifth anniversary celebrations, reflecting on successes, good practices and lessons learned, emerging and linked issues, such as climate change and FGM, and financing initiatives. It pulls out the key messages for partners in the East and Southern Africa region and includes the call to action, with which the celebration closed, expressing renewed commitment to end child marriage by 2030.

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South-South Knowledge Sharing on Integration of SRHR, HIV and GBV Services

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In April 2022, the joint United Nations initiative 2gether 4 SRHR,  participated in a successful South-South Exchange with UNFPA China.

Program staff and partner organizations from Botswana, China, Uganda and Zimbabwe showcased models on efforts made to integrate sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), HIV and GBV from their respective regions.

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Best Practices: Models of Integration of SRHR, HIV and GBV Services from Four Countries

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The rationale for the integration of services is to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the health system and to meet people’s needs for accessible, acceptable, convenient, client-centred and comprehensive care.

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WHO Abortion Care Guidelines

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This guideline is centred on the values and preferences of abortion seekers and considers them as active participants in as well as beneficiaries of health services. This guidance emphasizes that – as a woman, girl or other pregnant person moves through the abortion care pathway (pre-abortion, abortion, post-abortion) – health services must be integrated within the health sector to ensure that service delivery meets their needs equitably and without discrimination. As each individual moves through this pathway, the guideline provides specific recommendations on the interventions needed (i.e. the “what”), and guidance on the individuals who may safely carry them out (i.e. the “who”). The guideline also provides information on the locations where services can be provided (i.e. the “where”) and outlines service-delivery models that can be used (i.e. the “how”). The enabling environment provides the context for the effective implementation of these interventions.

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Contraceptive Method Introduction to Expand Choice

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This Strategic Planning Guide is intended to lead program managers, planners, national policymakers, and other stakeholders through a strategic process to coordinate the introduction of contraceptive methods through public and private access channels.

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Seeing the Unseen

Seeing the Unseen

State of World Population Report

Half. That’s the share of all pregnancies that are unintended. Nothing is more fundamental to bodily autonomy than the ability to decide whether or not to become pregnant. Yet for too many, the most life-altering reproductive choice is no choice at all. Women are more likely to experience an unintended pregnancy when they have fewer choices and less power.

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South Sudan: Investment Cases Towards Ending Unmet Need for Family Planning, Preventable Maternal Deaths, and Gender-based Violence

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These country-level investment cases provide the Government of South Sudan with quantitative basis to assess the scale and scope of investments needed to prioritize proven, high-impact and cost-effective interventions required to accelerate progress towards achievement of the transformative results it has committed to with UNFPA and partners.

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Synthesis report - South Sudan: Investment Cases Towards Ending Unmet Need for Family Planning, Preventable Maternal Deaths, and Gender-Based Violence

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These country-level investment cases present an opportunity for South Sudan to assess the scale and scope of investments needed to prioritize proven, high-impact and cost-effective interventions that are required to accelerate progress towards the achievement of the transformative results committed to by government and partners.

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Namibia: Investment Cases Towards Ending Unmet Need for Family Planning and Gender-Based Violence

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The two investment cases developed for Namibia – (1) Ending unmet need for family planning and (2) Ending gender-based violence – are expected to inform strategic partnership efforts and mobilize additional domestic and external financing required to achieve the transformative results for the country.

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