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28 March 2017

Nurturing partnerships to advance the Sustainable Development Goals

“From the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals.”  That was the point of discussion as about 20 representatives from government agencies dealing with population issues from the East African region met to develop a strategic plan to improve reproductive health for the region’s citizens.  The meeting,

A decline in maternal mortality

20 March 2017

More safe births as more women embrace family planning, skilled delivery

According to the survey report, the proportion of women attended to by a skilled provider while giving birth has increased over the years, from 45 percent in 2006 to 58 percent in 2011 and now at 74 percent in 2016....

10 March 2017

UNFPA Country Representative presents credentials to Minister of Foreign Affairs

Kampala, 10 March 2017 - The Hon. Minister of Foreign Affairs Sam Kutesa, has today, Friday 10th March 2017 received Credentials for the incoming Country Representatives of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Mr. Alain Sibenaler. Mr Sibenaler expressed his pleasure at the new post appreciating the tremendous support the

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Female Genital Mutilation: Minister wants dowry payment banned
Female Genital Mutilation: Minister wants dowry payment banned
 Engaging Women Parliamentarians on Ending FGM and Child Marriage
Engaging Women Parliamentarians on Ending FGM and Child Marriage
If It's Not On, It's Not Safe
If It's Not On, It's Not Safe

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Concept Note in Partnership With the Private Sector Foundation of Uganda in the Campaign to End Fistula.
Prevention is the key to ending obstetrics fistula. The same interventions that prevent fistula can also prevent maternal mortality.
Join the campaign to prevent teenage pregnancy!
Join the campaign to prevent teenage pregnancy!
Listen to your children and give them clear information on sexuality to help them make the right choices.
Join the campaign to prevent teenage pregnancy!

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