News on HIV & AIDS

28 June 2016
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Tens of thousands of people have been displaced following attacks by Boko Haram. UNFPA estimates 3,000 displaced women and girls are pregnant and in urgent need of assistance. © UNFPA
DIFFA, Niger/UNITED NATIONS, New York – Tens of thousands of people have been forced to flee south-eastern Niger following an attack by Boko Haram militants in early June. UNFPA estimates some 3,000 pregnant girls and... Read more
20 June 2016
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Women work together on a building project in the Central African Republic. "Ita Ouali" means "my best friend." © UNFPA
BANGUI, Central African Republic – Mathilde learned she was pregnant under the direst of circumstances: in a displacement camp in the war-ravaged Central African Republic, where she was struggling to support herself... Read more
9 June 2016
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UNITED NATIONS, New York/Nkhata Bay, Malawi – Five years ago, people living with HIV could only receive HIV services and antiretroviral therapy (ARV) at Mzenga Health Centre in Malawi’s Nkhata Bay district on Tuesdays.... Read more
3 March 2016
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KATHMANDU VALLEY, Nepal – “I was unaware of the fact that young people have the right to decide freely on matters related to their sexuality and that sexual and reproductive rights are basic human rights,” said Barun... Read more
23 October 2015
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Over the last 70 years, there has been remarkable progress in sexual and reproductive health. Women learn about family planning at a clinic in Tunisia in 1987. © UN Photo/John Isaac
NATIONS UNIES, New York – Les Nations Unies ont vu le jour il y a 70 ans. Depuis, nous avons assisté à d’immenses progrès en matière de santé sexuelle et reproductive. Les soins médicaux et les programmes de... Read more
11 January 2016
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South Sudanese refugee girls play ball in the Ayilo Refugee Settlement of northern Uganda. © UNFPA/Eveyln Kiapi
Adjumani, Uganda – Weeks after violence erupted in in South Sudan, Mike Marchar fled for his life. He found safe haven in the Ayilo Refugee Settlement in northern Uganda, but lost track of his family. He doesn’t know... Read more
13 April 2015
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Les 10 faits suivants témoignent des énormes progrès accomplis à l’échelle du globe, même s’il reste du chemin à parcourir. © UNFPA/Anna Adhikari
NATIONS UNIES, New York – Les dirigeants du monde entier ont ouvert aujourd’hui la 48e session de la Commission de la population et du développement. Dans le cadre de cet événement, ils dresseront le bilan du... Read more
1 December 2015
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Zhanna* receives support at New Day, which provides counseling and facilitates treatment in the conflict-affected Donetsk Region of Ukraine. © Maks Levin/UNFPA
KRAMATORSK, Ukraine - Zhanna*, 36, is an HIV-positive mother of two in the conflict-affected Donetsk Region of Ukraine. She says she contracted HIV from her former partner, a man who beat and raped her. Her candour... Read more
30 November 2015
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Ugandan musician GNL Zamba, Jody Phibi, Jazmine Lydia, Ray Signature and Big Trill in the music video for "If It's Not On, It's Not Safe." © Reach a Hand Uganda
KAMPALA, Uganda – “A commando dies if he neglects the bullet proof. How do you work on a farm minus gumboots?” raps popular Ugandan musician GNL Zamba in the hit song “If It’s Not On, It’s Not Safe”. Behind these clever... Read more
18 November 2015
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Seila, 16, is pregnant with her first child. She dropped out of school to work on her family's farm in Tbong Khmum Province. © UNFPA Cambodia
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – At 16 years old, Svet is struggling with the challenges of motherhood. Having dropped out of school after grade 4, she had not received any information about sexual and reproductive health, family... Read more

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