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3 September 2003
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Graduate students at the Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia may choose to spend longer hours at the library researching population and development issues thanks to a donation of research monographs and scholarly... Read more
22 August 2003
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MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan—The full waiting room at the Char Bolak clinic is clear sign that life is getting better in one northern village, thanks in part to a small non-governmental organization supported by UNFPA.
22 August 2003
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KABUL—In Afghanistan today, in the face of overwhelming need, even small interventions are producing real progress.
17 July 2003
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Stronger Voices for Reproductive Health, a partnership aimed at improving the quality of sexual and reproductive health in poor countries, will now be sharing its experience through cyber space.
11 July 2003
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KABUL—“If my parents tried to force me to marry, I would refuse,” declared Zohal, 16, as her fellow students nodded in agreement.
5 June 2003
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HIV/AIDS is spreading faster in Eastern Europe than it has anywhere else in the world.
6 May 2003
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On the outskirts of Freetown, up a red clay road gashed by hard rain, sits a makeshift shelter some women call home.
16 April 2003
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This year’s Søren Gyldendal Award has been presented to UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador and best-selling fiction writer, Hanne-Vibeke Holst, in Copenhagen. Gyldendal is the largest Danish publishing house.
8 April 2003
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A baby boy weighing 2.85 kilograms was the first infant delivered at the newly rebuilt maternity ward of Kabul’s Khair Khana hospital, which reopened at the end of March.
7 April 2003
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UNFPA recently provided the Government of Sudan with six new four-wheel drive vehicles equipped as ambulances.

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