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Delivering life-saving sexual reproductive health and rights services in refugee settlements
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Through the Embassy of Japan in Uganda, UNFPA received funds to support implementation of a one-year project from April 2021 to March 2022. The project aims to avert human suffering and restore dignity among refugees and host communities in refugee hosting districts in Western and Northern Uganda.
At the Empowerment and Livelihood for Adolescent (ELA) club, Kyosimire acquired tailoring skills. Photo Credit: BRAC Uganda
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KYEGEGWA, Uganda – In 2018, Anna Kyosimire aged 17, was forced to get married to a 40-year-old man, more than twice her age.   “I was forced into marriage to escape violence that we were experiencing from our step-fathe...
UNFPA Executive Director Dr Natalia Kanem
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When people have the power to make informed choices about whether and when to have children, when they can exercise their rights and responsibilities, they can navigate risks and become the foundation of more inclusive, adaptable and sustainable societies. 

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TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF UNFPA IMPLEMENTING PARTNERS

18 August 2022
UNFPA intends to carry out a  performance review of Implementing Partners (IPs) under the  Ninth Country Programme.  ...