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18 June 2019
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InfoViolência in action

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Mozambique is supporting the Ministry of Interior to develop a digital platform, InfoViolencia, for the registration, management, and control of Gender-... Read more

10 June 2019
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Training with traditional midwives in Nhamatanda - UNFPA Mozambique

UNFPA conducts workshop with traditional midwives

Nhamatanda - Between June 3 and 6, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) conducted training for traditional midwives in Nhamatanda district, one of the regions most affected by Cyclone Idai *.... Read more

6 June 2019
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NORCAP is aware of UNFPA actions targeting victims of Cyclone Idai

NORCAP visits UNFPA programs for victims of Cyclone Idai

Dondo - This week, a team from the Norwegian Refugee Council (NORCAP) was in Mozambique to visit programs and emergency response interventions for victims of cyclone Idai *. Between 3 and 5 June, the... Read more

28 May 2019
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Managing menstrual health after losing everything to Cyclone Idai

When Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique on the 14 March, more than 1.8 million people were affected, including around 438,000 women of reproductive age. That is thousands of women and girls that will have... Read more

26 May 2019
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Women are attended in makeshift halls after the destruction of the maternity ward in Macomia - ©UNFPA Mozambique/Natalia da Luz

Cyclone Kenneth: Macomia Maternity Receives Tents and Kits to Support Hospitals

To assist the Macomia maternity ward, located in one of the areas most affected by Cyclone Kenneth, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has installed health tents to support work done at the... Read more

25 May 2019
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Rapariga Biz: "Is a program that changes the lives of adolescents", says Swedish Minister

Beira - A delegation from Sweden, including the Minister of International Development Cooperation, Peter Eriksson, attended a meeting with activists, family members and mentors of the Rapariga Biz... Read more

25 May 2019
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Cyclone Idai: Swedish Minister Visits UNFPA Programs

On a visit to Mozambique last week, Swedish Minister of International Development Cooperation, Peter Eriksson, visited the Mandrusi resettlement center, 40 minutes from Beira city, Sofala province.... Read more

24 May 2019
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People-centered development is critical for Africa's future to ensure the Africa We Want

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia—UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, recommitted to the revolutionary decision taken at the 1994 International Conference on Population and... Read more

23 May 2019
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Labor of love: Combating obstetric fistula in Mozambique

On 23 May, the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula draws attention to a condition affecting women worldwide, especially in developing countries. In Mozambique, it is estimated that more than 2... Read more

23 May 2019
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UNFPA - Americares women-friendly partnership moves To Africa

After being hit by Cyclone Idai and storm Kenneth, Mozambique and partners are now working to reestablish essential health services. With many clinics destroyed by high winds and flooding, Americares... Read more

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