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UNFPA Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report June 2020 - Issue No.6

Situation Report

According to the UNFPA Uganda June 2020 humanitarian situation report, in the month of June, a total of 2,382 pregnant women  were referred  for emergency obstetric care through strengthened ambulance system compared to 1,517 in April.  

 

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Uganda Family Planning Atlas

Publication

The Family Planning Atlas provides an overview of factors associated with family planning use as well as trends in the indicators. The Atlas also provides a pictorial presentation of the family planning situation in Uganda, highlighting inequalities in utilization and service delivery. This information is useful in informing policy advocacy as well as programming interventions.

 

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Against My Will

State of World Population Report

Every day, hundreds of thousands of girls around the world are subjected to practices that harm them physically or psychologically, or both, with the full knowledge and consent of their families, friends and communities.

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UNFPA Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report April 2020 - Issue No.4

Situation Report

With support from donors, UNFPA continued to play a leading role in ensuring access to lifesaving sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services as well as prevention of gender based violence and empowering women, adolescent girls and young people in refugee hosting districts and in emergency situations. This situation report is summary of UNFPA's humanitarian interventions in the month of April, 2020. 

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UNFPA Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report March 2020 - Issue No.3

Situation Report

With support from donors, UNFPA continued to play a leading role in ensuring access to lifesaving sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services as well as prevention of gender based violence and empowering women, adolescent girls and young people in refugee hosting districts and in emergency situations. This situation report is summary of UNFPA's humanitarian interventions in the month of March, 2020. 

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CERF rapid response to landslides and flood survivors in Bundibugyo, Bududa and Sironko districts

Situation Report

From September 2019, several districts in Uganda experienced flash floods and landslides due to heavy rains. Continuing through the end of the year, the most affected were Sironko and Bududa districts in Eastern Uganda and Bundibugyo district in Western Uganda. At least 38 people were reported dead and over 150 injured. 

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Addressing GBV in the Workplace: A Collective Responsibility and an Economic Imperative

Publication

Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is undeniably one of the most common forms of human rights abuses. In Uganda, it affects 1 in 5 women aged 15-49 (UDHS, 2016). GBV takes many forms: physical, sexual, psychological and economic – but physical and sexual violence carried out by intimate partners interfere more with women’s full and equal participation in the workforce.

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UNFPA Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report February 2020 Issue No. 2

Situation Report

With support from donors, UNFPA continued to play a leading role in ensuring access to lifesaving sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services as well as prevention of gender based violence and empowering women, adolescent girls and young people in refugee hosting districts and in emergency situations. This situation report is summary of UNFPA's humanitarian interventions in the month of February, 2020. 

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Generation Cairo: Youth Entrepreneurs leading social change in Uganda

Publication

Young people continue to demonstrate that when they are supported, they can lead the change they want to see.

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Demographic Dividend Compliance Tool

Technical Reports and Document

Uganda Vision 2040 identifies the strengthening of human capital development as a key catalyst for economic transformation of the country into middle income status, based on attaining a demographic dividend–the accelerated economic growth that may result from a decline in a country’s birth and death rates and the subsequent change in the age structure of the population.

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