27 Avril 2018
News
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
25 Avril 2018
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Rima *, une mère de deux enfants âgée de 22 ans, a échappé à la fois à la guerre en Syrie à la violence domestiques. Aujourd'hui, elle travaille comme médiatrice de la santé dans un espace sécurisé de l'UNFPA en Turquie. © UNFPA Turquie
ANKARA, Turquie - A la mort de son père, Rima a été également privée de son bonheur et de son indépendance. Elle n'avait que 13 ans et vivait en Syrie à l'époque. Ses oncles l’ont prise en charge, imposant des règles... Read more
4 Mai 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... Read more
3 Mai 2018
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Om Mehi Eddin holds newborn daughter Sham, safely delivered with the help of a UNFPA-supported mobile medical team serving evacuees from Eastern Ghouta. © UNFPA Syria
EASTERN GHOUTA, Syria – A surge in violence in Eastern Ghouta since February has forced the evacuation of over 158,000 people, leaving many with serious unmet protection and medical needs. The evacuees have been sent to... Read more
26 Avril 2018
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In earthquake-affected Tamande, Mendi, local emergency responders meet with UNFPA staff. © UNFPA
MENDI, Papua New Guinea – When a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the remote Southern Highlands Province on 26 February, 18-year-old Julian Ako was heavily pregnant with her third child. She and her family emerged... Read more
19 Avril 2018
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Thousands of women in Piura remain affected by the floods. © UNFPA Peru/Angela Valverde
LAMBAYEQUE, PERU – When floodwaters engulfed the ĺllimo district on 14 March 2017, Lily Silva Aricoché led her family and neighbours to safety. During the months that followed, she coordinated assistance to flood... Read more
6 Avril 2018
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Lena Towai with her newborn son. They have been living at a displacement camp in East Pokot County since August 2017.  © UNFPA Kenya/Douglas Waudo
TANGULBEI, Kenya – The morning of 20 August began like any other for Lena Towai, 35. Ms. Towai was in the final days of pregnancy, eagerly awaiting the arrival of her seventh child. Only hours later, her world would be... Read more
28 Mars 2018
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“What I have had to go through, it has been terrible," said Antone, 50. Her husband and children were killed as they fled Kasai. © UNFPA Angola/Tiril Skarstein
LOVUA, Angola – “There was a lot of violence. Armed men abused and killed young girls, even while they were fleeing,” said Felikanko, 44. She was one of more than a million people who escaped the outbreak of conflict in... Read more
26 Mars 2018
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Haneen volunteers at a UNFPA-supported women's centre in Debaga camp. © UNFPA Iraq
DEBAGA, Iraq – Haneen Ali* was 22 years old when conflict forced her family to flee their home in Mosul, in northern Iraq. With her parents, she hiked through minefields before finding safety in the Debaga camp. “The... Read more
19 Mars 2018
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A UNFPA-supported mobile team performs an ultrasound for a pregnant woman displaced from Afrin. © UNFPA Syria/Sufian Abdulmouty
TAL REFAAT, Syria – A surge in violence in Syria’s northern Afrin region has triggered a mass displacement of the civilian population, with an estimated 98,000 people fleeing as the hostilities approached Afrin City.... Read more

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