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The United Nations Population Fund: Delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled.
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Dr. Natalia Kanem 7h
Starting off 2019 ... together! Planning ways to enact SDG5 for the full equality for women & girls of the world 🌍🌎
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UNFPA 9h
Replying to @DerejeWordofa
“The Maternal & Newborn Health Thematic Fund is our most important tool in accelerating this work in countries with the highest burden of maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity.” — Learn more:
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Dereje Wordofa 9h
Every single day, shockingly and sadly 830 women die across the world from pregnancy, childbirth and other preventable causes. It is possible to end preventable maternal death.
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UNFPA 9h
Replying to @DerejeWordofa
“We recognize that substantive improvements have been made. Yet, 830 women still die each day in pregnancy and childbirth from preventable causes. 20-30% as many suffer lifelong complications and disabilities.” —
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UNFPA 10h
Replying to @DerejeWordofa
“The global community has committed to reduce maternal mortality by 2030 to 70 per 100 000 live births. If we’re to reach this goal, it’s imperative we scale up efforts. Unfortunately, in the current pace, we won’t reach that goal until 2065.” —
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UNFPA 10h
“It’s well known that health and well-being are key to human progress and development. calls for an end to maternal and newborn mortality, and universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights.” —
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Belgium UN New York 11h
Executive Board 🙌 Belgium🇧🇪 is as solid partner of and its work on sexual & reproductive health and rights
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IrelandUnitedNations 12h
“When we talk here in this room about reaching the furthest behind first, I think of vulnerable women and girls... reaching them is fundamental to everything we do on the .” Ireland's Amb Byrne Nason at today.
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IrelandUnitedNations 13h
Amb Geraldine Byrne Nason with ED Dr. Natalia Kanem today as the Board turns to the important work of .
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Italy UN New York 15h
.@ / / Executive Board, 🇮🇹reaffirming its long-standing committed partnership with on empowering & girls and against & forced and early marriages 👉together for
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Denmark in UN NY🇩🇰 16h
“A woman’s right to decide over her own body is as essential as it can be”- underlined DK’s long-standing & unwavering support to to ensure the realisation of this right for all ! Let’s celebrate with a positive outcome of this year 🙏
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Japanese Mission UN 16h
Replying to @UNFPA
This yr, will call for promotion of to ensure , as we host series of 🌍 events, incl. , , &as chair of Group of Friends of UHC twrds HLM on UHC. We reiterate our commitment to support as critical partner in achievement of UHC
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Japanese Mission UN 16h
Replying to @UNFPA
As the country w/world's most senior population, co-organized a side-event w/ to deepen understanding on measures to address ageing issues in . We expect UNFPA to proactively address , which is becoming an emerging challenge in other regions incl.
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Denmark in UN NY🇩🇰 17h
Addressing Board Members, ED shares her vision for the Int’l Conference on Population and Development: “the is about recognizing that people’s rights, their choices, and their wellbeing are the path to sustainable development.” Stay tuned for more.
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SwedenUN 🇸🇪 18h
“Reform of the will enable to deliver a more efficient support at country level, for stronger results.” — Dr. Natalia Kanem, Executive Director
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UNFPA 16h
Replying to @Atayeshe
“As I speak, somewhere in the world, a woman is in labour. Will she survive? Will she hear the first cry of her newborn? If the health system works, yes. If her reproductive rights are upheld, yes. We want this for every woman, everywhere.” —
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UNFPA 16h
Replying to @Atayeshe
“The world has made much progress in advancing rights and choices over the past 25 years, but too many women and girls continue to be left behind.” — Dr. Natalia Kanem, UNFPA Executive Director
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UNFPA 17h
Replying to @Atayeshe
“We will build on the momentum created by the movement for universal health coverage to promote universal sexual and reproductive health and rights in all contexts, including humanitarian settings.” — Dr. Natalia Kanem, UNFPA Executive Director
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UNFPA 18h
Replying to @Atayeshe
“It’s time to make sexual and reproductive health and rights a priority for a new generation whose rights are at stake.” — Dr. Natalia Kanem, UNFPA Executive Director
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UNFPA 18h
Replying to @Atayeshe
“Fewer women around the world are dying in pregnancy and childbirth. More women are using modern contraception. More girls are in school. Yet, millions of others are still waiting.” — Dr. Natalia Kanem, UNFPA Executive Director
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