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Youth-Centred Digital Health Interventions is an interagency framework developed by WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, and UNESCO. It provides guidance and principles on effective planning, development and implementation of digital...
This policy brief builds on evidence emerging from the review of key policy and legal developments in all countries where female genital mutilation is prevalent, and in particular experiences from the UNFPA-UNICEF...
This Guide provides a systematic process for countries to develop a costed implementation plan for digital health within one or more health programme areas. It provides direction to ensure investments contribute to...
A public inquiry is an exploration of a systemic human rights problem where the public is invited to play a key role. It lends national human rights institutions, who have a central role to play in advocacy to...
The latest 2019 annual report of the Maternal and Newborn Health Thematic Fund (MHTF), which marks the first year of implementation of MHTF Phase III, highlights UNFPA's key strategies and achievements to end...
This implementation manual responds to the need for accelerating progress in access and quality of EmONC services. It proposes a reorganization of the national health system to optimize the allocation of resources to a...
The 2019 Annual Report shows the many ways that the Joint Programme is empowering girls and women to lead change. Creating an enabling environment through policies and legislation, providing access to an essential...
Substantial progress has been made in newborn health and survival and in preventing stillbirths over the past decade, including in countries with the highest burdens of newborn mortality. Ninety-three countries are...
The Humanitarian Thematic Fund (HTF), a co-financing mechanism, was launched in late 2018 to provide flexible, multi- year funding, including greater opportunities for “bridge” funding while awaiting dedicated donor co...
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.

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