UNFPA Annual Report 2005

No. of pages: 36

Publication Date: 2006

Author: UNFPA

Publisher: UNFPA

ISBN: 0-89714-779-0

The UNFPA Annual Report 2005 showcases efforts by Fund to improve reproductive health, ensure safe motherhood, address population issues, prevent HIV and help people in crises. The report highlights examples of UNFPA's work in each of these fields--demonstrating how it is making a difference in the lives of individuals and families in every region of the world. It also presents facts and figures about our work, including details of the contributions that UNFPA received from a record 172 donor countries in 2005, and on the kinds of projects that are supported by this generous funding.

“The UNFPA Annual Report 2005 highlights our work with partners in 142 countries,” said UNFPA Executive Director Thoraya Ahmed Obaid. “It provides an overview of challenges and achievements throughout the year, in policy and programming and in efforts to harmonize efforts with our United Nations partners.”

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