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Sofala Province Fact Sheet - UNFPA Mozambique

Fact Sheet

Since 2019, UNFPA has worked with donors to support the Government of Mozambique to maintain the continuity of sexual reproductive health and gender- based violence prevention and response services, while providing humanitarian assistance to those displaced by the recent Cyclones Kenneth and Idai.

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Northern Province Fact Sheet - UNFPA Mozambique (May 2021)

Fact Sheet

More than one year after Cyclone Kenneth’s landfall in May 2019, the humanitarian situation in Cabo Delgado province has deteriorated due to consecutive climatic shocks, public health emergencies such as COVID-19 and cholera, and growing insecurity, leading to significant displacement, disruption of livelihoods and lack of access to basic services such as health, clean water, sanitation and protection services.

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The State of the World's Midwifery 2021

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The State of the World’s Midwifery 2021 builds on previous reports in the SoWMy series and represents an unprecedented effort to document the whole world’s Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Adolescent Health workforce, with a focus on midwives. It calls for urgent investment in midwives to enable them to fulfil their potential.

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Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic, Midwives Save Lives

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The aim of these personal stories from midwives and the findings in this report are to stimulate policy discussions and enable evidence-based decision-making at national and subnational levels, and to help countries meet their commitments towards the reduction of preventable maternal death.

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Obstetric Fistula Guiding Principles For Clinical Managements and Programme Development

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This document was first issued in 2006 (Lewis and de Bernis, 2006). It is truly remarkable to read it today1 and to see the amazing degree to which the situation of fistula has changed. In 2006, the original groundbreaking work raised the profile of obstetric fistula as an urgent public health problem, and provided the first practical guidance for those involved in the care of women with the condition. In 2018, the international community called for obstetric fistula to be eliminated within a decade, aligning with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 global goals.

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My Body Is My Own

State of World Population Report

We have the inherent right to choose what we do with our body, to ensure its protection and care, to pursue its expression. The quality of our lives depends on it. In fact, our lives themselves depend on it. 

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UNFPA Mozambique’s 2020 Annual Report

Annual Report

UNFPA Mozambique’s 2020 Annual Report, Responding to a Year of Crisis, highlights the agency’s achievements, thematic priorities, and strategic enablers in supporting the Government and partners to reach the most vulnerable women, girls and youth in the country. 

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UNFPA Cabo Delgado Flash Appeal March 2021

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Ensuring continuity of life-saving sexual and reproductive health and prevention and response to gender based violence for women and girls impacted by the crisis in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique.

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Korean Integrated Maternal & Child Health Initiative (KIMCHI) PROJECT

Fact Sheet

A joint United Nations Program, led by UNFPA in partnership with WHO, and funded by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), KIMCHI supported the Government of Mozambique to reduce maternal and new-born morbidity and mortality in Mozambique and Cabo Delgado.

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Cyclone Eloise Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet

In the early hours of 23 January, Cyclone Eloise –a category two storm packing winds of up to 120km/hour, gusts of 150 km/h – made landfall in Sofala Province in central Mozambique, an area still recovering from the devastation of Cyclone Idai some two years ago.

UNFPA has joined efforts led by the Government of Mozambique to assess the full extent of the cyclone’s damage and support a coordinated, rapid response that attends to the needs of those affected, including women, girls, and youth.

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