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4 October 2004
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Preliminary results of the first total census in Timor-Leste since its independence in 2002 were released in the capital, Dili, earlier this month.
23 September 2004
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Betty Cheboi sits uneasily on a small wooden bench in her ramshackle shop perched on the edge of a jagged ravine in the remote hill community of Kapchorwa, near Mt. Elgon in western Uganda.
18 August 2004
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KIBUYE, Rwanda — The network of Rwandan parliamentarians this week outlined a bold four-point advocacy programme to reduce maternal deaths by 40 per cent by increasing the nation’s low contraceptive prevalence rate of 4... Read more
13 August 2004
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Alfred Biolek, prominent German television personality and UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador, presented a giant invoice to the State Secretary of the German Ministry for Development and Economic Cooperation, Erich Stather.
1 August 2004
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Her friends call her Natalia, but it’s not her real name. This 20-year-old blonde from St. Petersburg, the Russian Federation, was diagnosed HIV positive a year ago. Natalia claims her stepfather forced her to have sex... Read more
28 July 2004
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UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador Goedele Liekens traveled to Kabul, Afghanistan for a one day visit on 20 May.
12 July 2004
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Helen Ditsebe-Mhone is an outspoken advocate of the need to take action to fight the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
21 June 2004
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HANOI, Viet Nam – “So, how many kinds of love do we know?” The actor looks at the audience, some 70 young wide-eyed Vietnamese students crammed together in a classroom in one of Hanoi’s overcrowded junior high schools,... Read more
19 April 2004
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<p> <b>COTONOU, Benin</b>—The new Multi-Media Centre complex is bustling with hands-on activity.</p>
10 March 2004
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SANTIAGO, Chile—Thirty-two Latin American and Caribbean countries stand poised to adopt a declaration reaffirming their commitment to the Programme of Action of the 1994 Cairo International Conference on Population and... Read more

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