News on Family planning

17 Mayo 2018
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Hannah Gumaro chose to receive a contraceptive implant at a UNFPA-supported family planning session. © UNFPA Philippines/Mario Villamor
ISABELA, Philippines – Joan Calamayan gathered with around 50 other young women at a bright green community centre in the Philippine village of Kalabaza. Many of the women had walked from far-flung villages to attend... Leer más
11 Mayo 2018
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Mujeres se informan sobre planificación familiar en una clínica en Túnez en 1987. El derecho a planificar una familia ha cambiado todo para las mujeres. © Photo ONU / John Isaac
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva York - El mundo declaró, el 13 de mayo de 1968, que la planificación familiar es un derecho fundamental. A lo largo de la historia de la humanidad, los esfuerzos para planificar, evitar o retrasar... Leer más
14 Mayo 2018
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Um Qassem continued her work as a midwife, even as ISIL fighters took over the hospital. © UNFPA Iraq
AL-QAIM CITY, Iraq – Um Qassem was working as a midwife in Al-Qaim City, in Iraq’s Anbar Province, when the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as Da’esh) swept into the country in mid-2014. Seemingly... Leer más
4 Mayo 2018
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A midwife checks on a newborn during a house call in rural Yemen. © UNFPA Yemen
Hajjah, Yemen – “When the war broke out, I left my job in the city and came to Aslam,” Rawthah Ahmed, a midwife with 25 years of experience, told UNFPA. Her services are desperately needed in Aslam, a remote village in... Leer más
24 Abril 2018
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Young women and men come to Safe Space sessions in equal numbers and with equal levels of interest in discussing topics that, otherwise, most don't talk about with anyone else. © UNFPA Maldives/Ashwa Faheem
MALE’, MALDIVES – As the hammering, buzzing and whirring of construction drone on outside – the soundtrack of a growing capital city – young people gather at Male’s Jazz Café to talk relationships, sex and family... Leer más
10 Abril 2018
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Out's pregnancy is assessed by a midwife during an antenatal home visit. © UNFPA/Ruth Carr
THAPANGTHONG, Lao People’s Democratic Republic – “Just lie still and relax. Breathe slowly,” midwife Khoun Keobouttavong told Out, 30. Out was laying on the floor of her small stilt house in the southern Thapangthong... Leer más
9 Abril 2018
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Las necesidades de las mujeres y las niñas migrantes pasan totalmente inadvertidas. Izdihar, una refugiada siria en Jordania. © UNFPA Jordan/Sima Diab
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva York – Aproximadamente mil millones de personas en todo el mundo son migrantes, una de cada siete personas. Mientras los responsables de las políticas luchan por comprender cómo estos... Leer más
4 Abril 2018
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La Sra. Oumouri asiste al maratón de las Comoras en el Día Internacional de la Mujer. Su camisa dice: "Soy más que una madre. También soy una mujer ambiciosa". © UNFPA Comoras / Nasser Youssouf
MORONI, Comoras - Como partera, Hadjira Oumouri, 49 años, ha pasado años defendiendo la salud y los derechos de las mujeres. Es la segunda mujer miembro del parlamento de las Comoras y hoy, es la única mujer... Leer más
23 Marzo 2018
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“We really need more information on sex and reproductive health,” said Kathleen Acosta, 18, a senior and student leader at UP high school in Iloilo. © UNFPA Philippines
ILOILO, Philippines – “I was shocked when I found out I was pregnant,” said Gina*, now 19. At the time, she was a third-year high school student in Iloilo, a central province of the Philippines, and already six months... Leer más
13 Marzo 2018
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Kyae Nai belongs to a new generation of women in Myanmar who are making active choices about the timing of their pregnancies. © UNFPA Myanmar/Yenny Gamming
FALAM, Myanmar – Kyae Nai, 23, has been married for two years and has one young child, in north-western Myanmar. “I want another child,” she said. “But not yet.” Ms. Kyae belongs to a trailblazing new generation of... Leer más

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