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State of the World Population 2009

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State of the World Population 2009. Facing a changing world: Women, Population and Climate

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Midwives Make Childbirth Safer in Ifugao

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Ifugao women traditionally have given birth at home, where labor complications can be fatal. But childbirth is becoming safer with the establishment of community birthing centers run by skilled midwives.

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Iv Sina

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Midwives like Iv Sina and community volunteers are helping more Cambodian women increase the time between births, contributing to healthier pregnancies, infants and families and a better chance of escaping poverty.

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Doctors Visit for Ligation (Part 2 of 2)

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During September 2009, a group of private doctors partnered with the UNFPA visited the Eastern Samar and Ifugao provinces of the Philippines and performed free BTL services for poor women in rural communities. This is the second part of the documentary of the activities.

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I Vote for MDG

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Vote for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the upcoming Stand Up, Fight Poverty event this coming October 16-18 2009.

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Basbebe

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http://i.ytimg.com/vi/wdVYopMicoQ/default.jpgFor 20 years, Basbebe was an outcast within her home. Now her humiliating isolation has ended, thanks to a determined doctor and a new surgery programme supported by UNFPA.

 
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April 17, 2010-CNN World View

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This is a feature showed on CNN about Bohol, Philippines and the plight of fisher women to save the marine environment. It was aired on April 17, 2010.

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Baby Talk

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Claim your reproductive rights. Avoid early and unplanned pregnancy.

Uphold adolescents' right to reproductive health and prevent unwanted pregnancies.

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HIV Talk

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Prevent HIV
A - Abstain from sex
B - Be faithful to your partner
C - Correct and consistent use of condom
D - Do use clean syringe and needles
E - Education

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UNFPA Washi Response

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UNFPA, with the support of its government, NGO and private sector partners, provided targeted response to the needs of pregnant and lactating women and young people affected by massive flooding caused by tropical storm Washi (Sendong) in December 2011. To this day, thousands of families remain in evacuation and relocation sites, and the humanitarian response continues.

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