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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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Sigrid Kaag 16h
"The Netherlands is investing in freedom of choice in matters of sexuality, health and family size." For reference: SDG 3 and SDG 5 front and center for KNL. an important milestone!
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"What we're really talking about is equal rights as much as the health benefits." — Dr. Natalia Kanem speaks to 's on the of ensuring rights and choices for all:
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LifeStyle on RTÉ 20h
“In Zambia, Niger, and Chad, we have seen literally thousands of Islamic scholars who now have said, very clearly, that family planning is good for families."
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Naciones Unidas 22h
El desafío es solucionar este 'Asunto Pendiente' y garantizar los derechos sexuales y reproductivos de las mujeres. Mira los datos del del :
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UNFPA-Syria Apr 18
The next step in the fight to ensure reproductive rights and choices for all is to move from available services to accessible services. Find out more in :
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Denmark in UN NY🇩🇰 Apr 17
Crises increase vulnerability of women/girls & threaten their lives. Every day 500+ women/girls in countries w emergency settings die during pregnancy & childbirth We work w & other UN partners to provide care for women & girls affected by conflicts & emergencies
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UNFPA-Syria Apr 17
Since the adoption of the programme of action of the International Conference on Population and Development, more women in the Arab region have access to family planning than ever before. Find out more on how far the region has come in :
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Denmark in UN NY🇩🇰 Apr 16
Rights & choices still out of reach for far too many women worldwide Denmark is working with to fight obstacles standing in the way of women & girls reaching their full potential
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UNFPA Apr 17
25 years ago, the world agreed that and are key 🔑 to sustainable development. Allow us to explain why this still matters today:
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EngenderHealth Apr 17
Only 57% of the world’s women can make choices in all three areas: 👉🏾sexual intercourse with their partner 👉🏾contraception use 👉🏾health care via
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UN Geneva Apr 17
Rights and choices are still out of reach for too many women. Learn more about this in 's Report:
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UN Global Compact Apr 16
We deserve a world where everyone enjoys all of their rights and can live the lives they choose. Join in ensuring rights and choices for all:
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UNFPA Apr 16
“Sexual and reproductive health and rights are a pivotal point at the development stages of a woman’s life cycle,” says 's Madge Thomas: via
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Friends of UNFPA Apr 16
In , Muslim women learn from each other about . is not opposed by religious leaders there, some of whom supports to talk to husbands & in-laws about the benefits of & women's .
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Family Planning 2020 Apr 16
In its report, outlines the of making reproductive health & rights a reality for all. Read more:
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Spotlight Initiative Apr 16
It is estimated that 35% of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence at some point in their lives. This must end. Together we can
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UNFPA Apr 16
: Many women around the world face violence, abandonment and stigma for giving birth to girls instead of boys? Learn more about son preference in our report and see what other the world needs to address:
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UN Foundation Apr 16
“We must put people first: rights, lives, and futures depend on it.” Progress has been made, but we still have on global . Read more:
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Spotlight Initiative Apr 15
Did you know that young people with disabilities under the age of 18, especially girls, are almost four times more likely to be victims of abuse than those without disabilities? Check out ’s report to learn more:
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UN Geneva Apr 16
To finish the of ensuring rights and choices for all, we must and end gender-based violence once and for all. Learn more in ’s flagship report:
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