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The overall objective of this assessment was to generate information on, and ascertain the impact of the drought, the lives of children, youth (particularly girls), and pregnant and lactating women.

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This report assesses availability and stock-outs of contraceptives and reproductive health commodities. The survey was aimed at assessing supply chains (including cold chains), staff training and supervision, availability of guidelines and protocols, Information Communication Technology, methods of waste disposal and user fees.

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This report provides a comprehensive overview of the current status of young people across a variety of sectors. The conclusions and recommendations contained in this report can serve as a roadmap for investing in the youth population.

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This assessment seeks to provide critical information on the current status of the provision of emergency obstetric and neonatal care (EmONC) at health facilities; help identify deficient areas for targeted interventions to improve maternal and neonatal health outcomes in Swaziland; and provide baseline data for the EmONC component of the Ministry of Health’s HIV & AIDS and TB Project, which aims to improve EmONC in Swaziland. 

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This report looks at how women in Rwandan refugee camps fare in comparison to men in the economic, health, educational and political spheres. The aim of the assessment was to provide a sound gender baseline that will inform gender equality Programming in Policy and Operational decisions.

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Why is progress in modern contraceptives uptake slower or stagnant in some countries but progressing in others? What facilitates or hampers progress? What can countries learn from each other?

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These studies were conducted in 10 countries in order to apply the total market approach principles and methodologies to a range of contraceptives to help design more effective family planning programmes that better meet the contraception needs of all and contribute to universal health coverage. The ultimate aim was to rationalize the provision of family planning services for long-term sustainability.

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To develop an evidence-informed regional strategy to increase access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) information and services for young people living with dis­abilities (YPWD) in ESA, three complementary pieces of research were conducted.

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In today’s world, gaps in wealth have grown shockingly wide. Billions of people linger at the bottom, denied their human rights and prospects for a better life. Unless we start addressing the structural and multidimensional inequalities within our societies, we will never attain the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health for all.

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A multi-year initiative (2014-2017) to improve and scale up youth-friendly health services and enhance quality of care for young people is being conducted by UNFPA ESARO and the IPPF Africa Regional Office.

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