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3 May 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
Mobile teams providing delivery care, sexual and reproductive health, and protection services make a difference for Eastern Ghouta evacuees.
1 May 2018
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Bendu takes her daughter from a midwife at a health centre in Grand Cape Mount County, Liberia.
May is for motherhood. This month, we commemorate the strength and beauty of mothers everywhere – and the midwives who guide women safely along their journey to motherhood.
27 April 2018
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Early monsoon rains have arrived in Cox's Bazar, reigniting fears about the health and safety of refugees. A refugee woman in a muddy camp in late 2017. © UNFPA/Prince Naymuzzaman
Early monsoon rains have arrived in Cox’s Bazar, renewing fears of floods, mudslides and water-borne diseases.
26 April 2018
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In earthquake-affected Tamande, Mendi, local emergency responders meet with UNFPA staff. © UNFPA
Women in earthquake-affected areas need services and supplies to support their reproductive health, safety and dignity.
25 April 2018
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Rima*, a 22-year-old mother of two, escaped both violence in Syria and abuse in her home. Today, she works as a health mediator at a UNFPA-supported safe space in Turkey. © UNFPA Turkey
Two women speak of war, child marriage, domestic violence, displacement – and escape.
24 April 2018
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Young women and men come to Safe Space sessions in equal numbers and with equal levels of interest in discussing topics that, otherwise, most don't talk about with anyone else. © UNFPA Maldives/Ashwa Faheem
Safe Space provides a venue to explore sensitive topics.
19 April 2018
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Thousands of women in Piura remain affected by the floods. © UNFPA Peru/Angela Valverde
Protection and reproductive health needs are still acute among flood-affected women and girls.
16 April 2018
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Young actors perform a scene from "Ruža," an interactive play about the harms of child marriage. Photo by Almir Panjeta for UNICEF/UNFPA BiH
On the surface, child marriage seems to affect few girls, but dig a little deeper, and a pattern emerges among the most marginalized.
11 April 2018
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Sport improves confidence and builds community, say youth leaders.© UNFPA Iraq
Sport helps draw vulnerable youth to programmes where they can receive critical information and services.
10 April 2018
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Out's pregnancy is assessed by a midwife during an antenatal home visit. © UNFPA/Ruth Carr
Rural midwives are working to end preventable maternal deaths.

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