2 Juillet 2018
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As the monsoon season hits Cox's Bazar, refugees at Kutapalong refugee camp and elsewhere fear they are vulnerable to landslides. © UNHCR/Adam Dean
COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh – With monsoon rains unleashing floods and landslides in Bangladesh, UNFPA and partner agencies are urgently working to secure Rohingya refugee camps and settlements in Cox’s Bazar District.  “... Read more
29 Juin 2018
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Health workers rush to assist Salima Khatum at the Nayapara refugee camp maternity centre. © UNFPA  Bangladesh/Allison Joyce
NAYAPARA CAMP, COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh – The maternity centre in Nayapara Refugee camp was crowded with women and children Wednesday morning when an older woman burst into the facility with her pregnant daughter. Salima... Read more
27 Avril 2018
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Les premières pluies de mousson sont arrivées à Cox's Bazar, ravivant les craintes concernant la santé et la sécurité des réfugiés. Une réfugiée dans un camp boueux fin 2017. © UNFPA / Prince Naymuzzaman
COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh - Les premières pluies de mousson sont arrivées à Cox's Bazar, au Bangladesh, où des centaines de milliers de réfugiés Rohingya vivent dans de minces tentes de bambou et de bâche, annonçant le... Read more
26 Février 2018
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L’ambassadrice de bonne volonté de l’UNFPA rend visite à des réfugiées Rohingya dans un centre d’accueil pour femmes de Cox’s Bazar, au Bangladesh. Il y a six mois, les réfugiés ont commencé à massivement affluer au Bangladesh, pour fuir les violences de la Birmanie. © UNFPA/Lauren Anders Brown
A la mi-février, Ashley Judd, Ambassadrice de bonne volonté de l’UNFPA, écrivaine et actrice engagée dans l’humanitaire, s’est rendue à Cox’s Bazar au Bangladesh pour y rencontrer des réfugiés Rohingya ayant échappé aux... Read more
20 Ooctobre 2017
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Des récits épouvantables de viols et d'autres formes de violence sexuelle ont été largement rapportés. © UNFPA Bangladesh / Prince Naymuzzaman
COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh – « Ma sœur a été tuée après avoir été victime d’un viol collectif qui a eu lieu devant moi, ils m'ont ensuite jeté de l'eau chaude sur tout le corps », a déclaré Fatima*, 30 ans, à une... Read more
1 Juin 2016
Independent evaluation of the UNFPA eighth country programme of assistance to the Government of Bangladesh (2012-2016) The evaluation provides an independent assessment of the relevance, the performance and the... Read more
20 Ooctobre 2015
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Asta Banu and her sister-in-law, Mos Dilifa Begum, work with Gulam Mostafa on a verbal autopsy. Learning the cause of Ms. Banu's son's death could help spare others the same fate. © Nicolas Axelrod/Ruom for UNFPA
MOHESHALI, Bangladesh – Something went terribly wrong when Asta Banu gave birth. Her labour was difficult and seemed to take forever. When the baby – a boy – was finally born, he was unresponsive. Although Ms. Banu’s... Read more
9 Juillet 2015
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Refugees at a temporary shelter in Aceh, Indonesia. They are part of a group of migrants who spent months on a boat, adrift at sea. © UNFPA Indonesia/Sandra Siagian
KUALA CANGKOI, Indonesia – Montas spent the first months of her pregnancy at sea, crowded onto a boat with hundreds of other migrants. The passengers had set out to find a better life – perhaps in Malaysia or Australia... Read more
6 Juillet 2015
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Mousomi Rani and her baby, Joni, receive post-natal care at the local clinic. Health staff are working to help community members abandon harmful practices and embrace modern maternal care. © Nicolas Axelrod/Ruom for UNFPA
CHANTI HAZRADANGA, Bangladesh – Traditions run deep in the indigenous communities of north-western Bangladesh, where many people are reluctant to seek professional medical care during or after pregnancy. But a clinic in... Read more
22 Mai 2015
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Dr. Nazneen Begum and Dr. Ruksana Khanum check on patients at the National Management Centre for Obstetric Fistula. For many women suffering from obstetric fistula, treatment is not enough. Skills training and counselling are essential to overcoming the stigma and isolation related to the condition. © Nicolas Axelrod/Ruom for UNFPA
DHAKA, Bangladesh – For women suffering from obstetric fistula, a traumatic and debilitating childbirth injury, the effects are much more than physical. The condition often leaves them stigmatized by their communities,... Read more

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