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Defying the practices that harm women and girls and undermine equality

Every year, millions of girls are subjected to practices that harm them physically and emotionally, with the full knowledge and consent of their families, friends and communities.

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The SDG agenda and the Global Strategy for Women, Children and Adolescents Health call upon UN Member States and their partners to deliver on ambitious outcomes by 2030.
This Highlights of Key Progress in 2019 is an overview of key highlights of UNFPA Supplies work in 2019 around the themes of expanding contraceptive method choice, strengthening supply chains, and securing sustainable...
Every year, millions of girls are subjected to practices that harm them physically and emotionally, with the full knowledge and consent of their families, friends and communities.
This compendium provides a framework for programmatic approaches to norms change at scale.
Women and girls are negatively and disproportionately impacted by disasters and conflict. These crises affect their life expectancy, education, maternal health, livelihoods, nutrition, and the levels of violence they...
This snapshot of progress in 2019 gives a view of the organization’s work, underlining what can be achieved with global solidarity and resolve.
UNFPA’s approach to upholding the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of adolescents and youth is encapsulated in its global strategy My Body, My Life, My World. The strategy was launched in 2019 to...
This report captures the unique essence, substance and outcomes of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 in November 2019.
This Journalist’s Handbook offers a series of guides, tips and insights on the fundamentals of gender-based violence, its root causes, and the principles of ethically reporting on it.
SDG Indicators 5.6.1 and 5.6.2., for which UNFPA is custodian, measure the legal and regulatory framework for sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, as well as women’s reproductive decision-making. 

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