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UNFPA is currently implementing the 9th National Program in Mozambique, focusing on sexual and reproductive health, adolescents and young people, gender and population dynamics. With the objective of “guaranteeing rights and choices for all”, UNFPA's work in Mozambique is aligned with the 2017-2020 United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF), which combines the efforts of the 21 UN agencies active in the country. The country's program reflects national and international development instruments.
 
OUR PRIORITIES ARE:
  • Increase access to sexual and reproductive health services, including family planning;
  • Strengthen the health system: data, financing, obstetrics and materials;
  • Empower teenage girls;
  • Prevent and respond to gender-based violence;
  • Helping to build institutional capacity, including, to generate and analyze data;
  • Build resilience to better deal with emergencies.