News on Obstetric fistula

6 Mars 2014
News
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone - The United Nations Integrated Peace building Mission in Sierra Leone formally ended its operations after 15 years, marking a transition from the United Nations’ political mission to a more... Lire plus
31 Juillet 2013
In the News
KRIOLLO OURARSABA, Burkina Faso — "Today," Mariama Boubacar Diallo says, "Thank God, I no longer suffer. I'm healthy; I am healed." Mariama, a resident of the village of Kriollo Ourarsaba, located in the northern Sahel... Lire plus
20 Mai 2013
News
MAHAJANGA, Madagascar — Every day, 10 women die from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth in Madagascar. Many more survive, but suffer from untreated complications of pregnancy, including the most... Lire plus
24 Mai 2013
News
Across the remote, rural areas of the developing world, childbearing is fraught with danger. And when life-threatening complications arise, as they do — often unpredictably — women are simply too far to reach lifesaving... Lire plus
17 Janvier 2013
News
Ethiopia's work with adolescent girls has garnered first prize in a Fund-wide contest to identify good practices related to adolescents and youth. Criteria included relevance (to UNFPA's strategic plan), innovation (in... Lire plus
9 Juin 2010
News
In one of her first official mission as Patron for UNFPA to support the agency's work to promote maternal health and safer motherhood, H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary participated in Women Deliver II, a major international... Lire plus
7 Septembre 2012
News
BEIRA, Mozambique — Following a successful fistula repair surgery, 25-year-old Esther Joakim Chimoio envisions a better life. Although her husband abandoned her because of her condition, she now has ambitious plans that... Lire plus
26 Juillet 2012
News
MONROVIA, Liberia — In a meeting with Liberia's President H.E. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin pledged support to Liberia's plan to accelerate the reduction of maternal mortality... Lire plus
11 Juillet 2012
In the News
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) July 11, 2012 On World Population Day, two former UNFPA Executive Directors, Dr. Nafis Sadik and Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, released the following statement calling on the world to prioritize the work... Lire plus
25 Juillet 2012
In the News
JUBA -- South Sudan has the worst reported maternal mortality rate in the world. "More women die in child birth, per capita, in South Sudan, than in any country in the world," says Caroline Delany, a health specialist... Lire plus

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