Resources on Sexual & reproductive health

UNFPA Procurement Contract Awards from April, 2017 until June, 2017. Note that transactions that have been classified as a potential security risk for UNFPA County Offices or vendors have been removed from this list....

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Since 26 March 2015, the conflict in Yemen has dramatically escalated to the point where Yemen has become one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world today. The humanitarian situation was already dire prior to 2015, but the last two years have put the country on the brink of famine, with food insecurity affecting 60 per cent of the population; and a recent cholera outbreak affecting 330,000 people, with over 5,000 suspected cases every day.

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UNFPA Procurement Contract Awards from January, 2017 until March, 2017. Note that transactions that have been classified as a potential security risk for UNFPA County Offices or vendors have been removed from this list...

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This guide is meant to provide guidance for those developing or managing a project or programme to engage men in sexual and reproductive health and rights. It emphasizes the importance of using a gender lens when planning and programming men’s engagement in sexual and reproductive health and rights, including family planning – which means engaging men as clients of sexual and reproductive health services, as supportive partners, and as agents of change.

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Procurement plans are used to help in planning programme implementation and to assist suppliers in planning production capacity.

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When Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti on 4 October, it caused the worse devastation since the 2010 earthquake. UNFPA is assessing the needs of affected women and girls, and is providing care, support and assistance.

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This year's State of World Population report explores the life of the 10-year-old girl, whose life is about to take a pivotal turn, either towards expanding opportunities or narrowing ones. As these girls enter adolescence, their potential will be nurtured, with material benefits for their families, communities and countries, or their potential will be limited, depriving the world of their talents and achievements.

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