News on Demographic dividend

16 Octobre 2018
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Aucun pays - quel que soit son niveau de revenu ou son système politique - n'a encore fait des droits reproductifs une réalité pour tous. © UNFPA / Egor Dubrovsky
NATIONS UNIES, New York – Selon le rapport phare de l’UNFPA , État de la population mondiale 2018, publié aujourd'hui, les choix sont encore limités pour un trop grand nombre de femmes à travers le monde. La liberté de... Lire plus
25 Septembre 2018
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UNITED NATIONS, New York – The world is home to 1.8 billion people between the ages of 10 and 24. Nearly 90 per cent live in developing countries.  Young people worldwide contend with poverty, discrimination, violence,... Lire plus
16 Octobre 2017
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Partout dans le monde, les inégalités maintiennent certains dans un cycle de pauvreté et de marginalisation. © Andrea Bruce / Noor
NATIONS UNIES, New York – Des inégalités profondes menacent les économies, les communautés et les nations, selon le rapport phare de l'UNFPA, État de la population mondiale 2017, publié aujourd'hui. Pourtant, ces... Lire plus
20 Avril 2017
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Les filles du programme Safeguard Young People (sauvegarder les jeunes) au Malawi qui fournit des informations sur la santé sexuelle et reproductive, aident les jeunes à accéder aux services de santé et offrent une formation en leadership. © UNFPA Malawi / Hope Ngwira
NATIONS UNIES, New York – Une étude publiée dans le Lancet montre que l'amélioration de la santé physique, mentale et sexuelle des adolescents, à un coût d'environ 4,60 $ (dollars) par personne et par an, produirait 10... Lire plus
8 Février 2017
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Marie Josee Mukankuranga explains how she counsels women on family planning during a visit by development experts. © UNFPA/Rick Francis
ADDIS ABABA/RWAMANGANA – Marie Josee Mukankuranga stood before international health and development experts in her home in the Rwamagana District of Rwanda, talking about her community’s need for family planning. Ms.... Lire plus
2 Février 2017
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Xhute left school because her family could not afford to buy her shoes to wear to class. She plans to continue her education and become a teacher. © UNFPA Botswana/Nchidzi Smarts
GHANZI, Botswana – Two years ago, 12-year-old Xhute could not afford shoes to wear to class. She was forced to drop out of school – like her mother before her. Xhute’s mother also started having children when she was... Lire plus
20 Septembre 2016
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World Bank Vice President Keith Hansen, President Idriss Déby of Chad, President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré of Burkina Faso, UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin and moderator Folly Bah Thibault (left to right) at a high-level dialogue on achieving the demographic dividend. © UNFPA/Koye Adeboye
UNITED NATIONS, New York/BAGRE, Burkina Faso – Presidents, ministers, and United Nations and World Bank officials met yesterday at UN Headquarters in New York to strengthen their commitments for the young people of... Lire plus
19 Septembre 2016
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A ground-breaking declaration on the rights of migrants and refugees was adopted today at the United Nations General Assembly. © UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe
UNITED NATIONS, New York – Global leaders broke new ground today with a historic agreement that “rallies all partners around collective commitments to protect the human rights of all refugees and migrants,” said United... Lire plus
15 Juin 2016
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SHINYANGA, United Republic of Tanzania – Unlike 95 per cent of girls her age in Tanzania’s Shinyanga region, at 17, Rahuba Kenedy was enrolled in secondary school – and excelling academically. Then, she met a charming... Lire plus
12 Avril 2016
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UNITED NATIONS, New York/Shan State, Myanmar – “When people are not counted, they are excluded,” said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, yesterday during the opening session of the 49th Commission on Population and... Lire plus

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