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After flight from Syria, refugee women in Iraq find safety, support

ERBIL, Iraq – When 39-year-old Asma crossed the border from Syria into Iraq, all she could think about was the son she was leaving behind. “It was the worst day of my life – worse than all the shooting and attacks in…

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Revised Policy and Procurement Procedures

The revised Policy and Procedures for Regular Procurement have been released.

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Bringing lifesaving reproductive health care to remote Mozambique

CABO DELGADO, Mozambique – It was a hot day in Mozambique’s Chiúre District, and 23-year-old Constangelina Basílio, brought her young son, Magalhães, into the shade of a tree before telling her story. “We have a special…

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Tens of thousands of pregnant women affected by Nepal quake

UNITED NATIONS, New York – The toll of deaths and injuries continues to mount days after a devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake jolted Nepal on 25 April. Millions are thought to be affected across more than 30 of Nepal…

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Up a tree and eight months pregnant: A woman’s ordeal in the Malawi floods

NSANJE, Malawi – Alimanda awoke to the roar of floodwater rushing into her home. She roused her four children and hurried them into a nearby tree, and, as the water rose around her, she struggled to climb into its…

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3,000th baby born at UNFPA-supported clinic in Zaatari refugee camp

ZAATARI, Jordan – When little Obada was welcomed into the world on 6 March, he became the 3,000th baby born at a UNFPA-supported clinic in the Zaatari camp in Jordan. Some 83,500 Syrian refugees are living in the…

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Putting human rights at the heart of reproductive health

UNITED NATIONS, New York/PANAMA CITY, Panama – Health leaders from around the world convened at United Nations Headquarters, in New York, to highlight the need to ensure human rights are integrated into family planning…

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Flooding, landslides devastate Muhuta, Burundi

MUHUTA, Burundi – “We are here homeless, without food because our fields were destroyed, no cover for the night, nothing… God has forgotten us,” said Vincent Hakizimana, a resident in Muhuta, a commune in western…

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One year after Chibok kidnapping, one girl recounts surviving Boko Haram

One year ago, 276 schoolgirls were seized by Boko Haram insurgents in Chibok, a town in north-eastern Nigeria. Since the kidnapping, 57 girls have escaped. The fate of the other 219 remains unknown.

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