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26 March 2018
Naiga Zaina*, 14, wishes that one time encounter never happened. “It was a mistake, it was a mistake,” she cries. She explains that the experience robbed her of everything – ‘a goat plus its rope’ –... Read more
19 March 2018
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UNFPA Uganda and the National Authority have signed a new partnership for implementation of programmes that ensure population issues are at the centre of planning and budgeting processes. This, to... Read more
16 March 2018
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At the launch of the programme, ‘Support to address Uganda’s population challenge and improve family planning uptake’ on March 7, planners, policymakers and key leaders gathered to discuss efforts to... Read more
15 March 2018
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In a bid to promote improved access to maternal health services UNFPA Uganda has handed over an assortment of midwifery kits to 20 midwives, to enable them conduct safe, clean deliveries. At an event... Read more
13 March 2018
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Between January and December 2017, UNFPA Uganda, represented by Assistant Representative Dr. Edson Muhwezi served as chair of the Health Development Partners Group (HDPG).  The HDPG is a grouping of... Read more
13 March 2018
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Bidibidi settlement, YUMBE: Flora, Abari and Jessica are all single young mothers living in the Bidi- Bidi refugee settlement in the West Nile district of Yumbe.  The 17 -year-old teenage mothers are... Read more
12 March 2018
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Kyaka II Settlement, KYEGEGWA: Twenty-five year-old Alexander Musomwa is a young refugee living in Kyaka II settlement in Kyegegwa district, South Western Uganda. Like many other refugees, his is a... Read more
9 March 2018
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Kyangwali Settlement, HOIMA: Pregnancy and childbirth are supposed to be journeys of joy; with a safe birth a dream of every mother. But during emergencies, women and girls may give birth without... Read more
8 March 2018
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UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem International Women’s Day, 8 March 2018   The economic inequalities plaguing much of the world today are reinforced by many other forms of inequality,... Read more
8 March 2018
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Kyaka II settlement, KYEGEGWA: In every emergency, one of every five women of reproductive age is expected to be pregnant. Without access to reproductive health services like skilled attendance,... Read more

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