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Actualités

6 July 2017
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A mother and her baby at a UNFPA-supported clinic in Windhoek. A project is improving reproductive health care and increasing the people reached with HIV services. © UNFPA Namibia/Emma Mbekele
GOBABIS, Namibia – Each morning, single mother Elizabeth Kazapua rises at 4:30 to begin her hour-long trek to work at Epako Clinic in Gobabis, Namibia. There, at the site of a ground-breaking pilot project, she greets... Voir plus
3 July 2017
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A family opens up a UNFPA-supplied dignity kit at the evacuation centre in the Moneerah Integrated School. © UNFPA
ILIGAN, Philippines – Nineteen-year-old Tarhata Mostare gave birth to her third child at home on 23 May – the same day fighting erupted between government forces and the Maute and Abu Sayyaf armed groups in the city of... Voir plus
30 June 2017
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When Myasuren Batjargal became pregnant, her family worried the risks to her health were too great. © UNFPA Mongolia
ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia/UNITED NATIONS, New York – When Myasuren Batjargal announced she was pregnant at age 44, her family and friends were distraught. They thought she might not survive. Ms. Myasuren had long suffered... Voir plus
19 June 2017
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Des étudiantes sages-femmes écoutent le battement du cœur d’un fœtus. Une nouvelle génération de sages-femmes consolide la santé sexuelle et reproductive en Sierra Leone, un pays ravagé par Ebola. © Olivia Acland, Nations Unies
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone – La terrible épidémie d’Ebola en Afrique de l’Ouest a pris fin il y a un an. Cette crise a coûté la vie à plus de 3 900 Sierra-Léonais, et les systèmes de santé en ont énormément souffert.... Voir plus
14 June 2017
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L’accès aux contraceptifs a permis à Hajja Fati de terminer ses études. © UNFPA Nigeria/Kori Habib
MAIDUGURI, Nigéria – Malgré le retour récent d’une douzaine de filles enlevées par le groupe d’insurgés Boko Haram, la crise au nord du Nigéria demeure très prononcée, avec des mouvements massifs de population civile à... Voir plus
7 June 2017
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Les équipes mobiles de l’UNFPA sont entrées en relation avec des milliers victimes de violences basées sur le genre. © UNFPA/Maks Levin
IZIOUM, Ukraine – Pour Mariana*, les difficultés ont commencé quand elle a dû fuir le conflit de la région de Donetsk en 2016. Avec son père, elle a campé devant les services sociaux jusqu’à ce qu’on les accueille. Peu... Voir plus
2 June 2017
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Health workers in Serbia receive UNFPA-provided medical supplies. UNFPA is supporting sexual and reproductive health care for refugees and migrants, but many women are not prioritizing their health. © UNFPA
SID, Serbia – Aliah*, a 28-year-old woman from Afghanistan, took an unusually brave step in April: She spoke with candour about her sexual and reproductive health needs at a workshop in Sid, a town in north-western... Voir plus
31 May 2017
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The medical centre handles an assortment of issues, from maternal care to abuse. "There is a lot of domestic violence within the camp," said Adorable, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. © UNFPA
BETOU, Republic of the Congo – “Some months we have more than 145 births at the centre – a lot, considering that we only are six midwives working here,” said Solange, a midwife at a medical centre in Betou, a village in... Voir plus
23 May 2017
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Women attend a fistula repair camp in Aweil, South Sudan. The conflict has disrupted access to life-saving reproductive health care, including treatment for obstetric fistula. © UNFPA South Sudan
WAU, South Sudan – Childbirth is supposed to be a joyous occasion. But for the most vulnerable women and girls, it can be anything but. Alexina Myambero Stimela knows this from experience. A nurse and midwife from... Voir plus
23 May 2017
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The staff at the Women's and Girls' Centre in Waing Maw, in Myanmar, are working with communities to stop gender-based violence. © UNFPA/Yenny Gamming
WAING MAW, Myanmar – “We should not have to live in fear of violence just because we are women,” Khaung Nan declared in Waing Maw, a town in Myanmar’s battle-worn Kachin State. Ms. Khaung Nan works at the Waing Maw... Voir plus

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