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Dia Mundial da População 2016 é celebrado sob o lema: "Investir nas adolescentes". O video produzido pelo escritório do UNFPA em Angola, narra alguns cenários e desafios enfrentados por esta camada populacional e algumas intervenções feitas por esta Agência das Nações Unidas.


UNFPA Representative for Zambia, Dr. Mary Otieno, discusses the importance of midwives for maternal health, in relation to International Day of the Midwife on 5 May 2016.


Les jeunes conscients que le SIDA fait des ravages dans le monde notamment en Afrique.


Voice of Africa's (VOA) health correspondent Linord Moudou reports on the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s fight to end obstetric fistula. Joining Linord live via Skype from the capital, Kinshasa, is Diéné Keita, United Nations Populations Fund Representative in the DRC.


After a historic decision by the government of Cambodia to establish a national budget line for the procurement of contraceptives, the government plans to fully cover the contraceptive needs for the public sector from 2016 onward. The Cambodia Ministry of Health is partnering with UNFPA to provide a variety of reproductive health supplies worth over $2 million in 2016.


Key achievements and lessons learned from UNFPA's 6th Country Programme 2012-2015 in Zimbabwe.


Children as young as 11 years old are being forced into marriage in Namibia. Legal drafters from SADC Member States gathered together in Johannesburg recently to approve the draft Model Law on Eradicating Child Marriage and Protecting Children Already in Marriage.

Produced and published by Rinelda Mouton and Gertzon Witbooi, One Africa Television


Cheikh Mc Feat Fayid Ngo Yépvo dénonce le mariage précoce avant l'âge légal, l'avortement clandestin et la lutte contre le SIDA.


As we commemorate International Women's Day 2016, UNFPA takes a look at some of the work the Fund is doing across ‎Zimbabwe to advance the rights of ‎women and ‎girls in the areas of ‎Gender Equality and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights.


With 546 million people, East and Southern Africa's reproductive health challenges are vast: maternal mortality and morbidity, HIV infection, low contraception use, early marriage, teen pregnancy, gender-based violence and humanitarian crises, underpinned by gender inequality. within this context, UNFPA ESARO works to improve the lives of women, adolescents and youth in 23 countries in the region. Find out more about UNFPA's focus and achievements in this region for 2014-2015.