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Gender & Inclusion Assessment (GIA) of the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Vulnerable Women and Girls

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UNFPA Philippines, together with 23 diverse organizations, gathered qualitative and quantitative evidence from nearly 1000 respondents’ interviews. The findings of the Gender & Inclusion Assessment (GIA) of the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Vulnerable Women and Girls indicate that the COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the situation of many women and girls across vulnerable subgroups.

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UNFPA Philippines 2020 Mid-Year Report

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UNFPA Philippines 2020 Mid-Year Report

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UNFPA Philippines Quarterly Progress Report - 2020/Q1

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UNFPA Philippines Quarterly Progress Report - 2020/Q1

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UNFPA Policy Brief: Bayanihan to Heal As One Act (COVID-19 Response)

Technical Reports and Document

As in most crises, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted access to critical sexual and reproductive health services and hampered authorities’ ability to respond to gender-based violence, at a time when women and girls need these services the most. As the Philippines responds to this unprecedented health crisis at a global scale, it is imperative for the country not to overlook the unique needs of women and adolescent girls during the COVID-19 outbreak, either evident or hidden.

 

 

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#GirlsNotBrides: Ending Child Marriage in the Philippines

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UNFPA Philippines Policy Brief on Ending Child Marriage in the Philippines

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#GirlsNotMoms: Eliminating Teenage Pregnancy in the Philippines

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UNFPA Philippines Policy Brief on Teenage Pregnancy in the Philippines

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The State of World Population 2019

Annual Report

Despite remarkable achievements in the past five decades, much more must be done to break the barriers that prevent women, men and couples from fully exercising their reproductive rights and choices, says new UNFPA report released today

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The State of World Population 2018

State of World Population Report

“The historic transition to lower fertility has emerged through people claiming their right to make choices about their reproductive lives, and to have as few, or as many, children as they want, when they want,” according to The State of World Population 2018, published today by UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency.

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The State of World Population 2017

State of World Population Report

Unchecked inequality, failure to protect the rights of poorest women could threaten unrest, undermine peace and world’s development goals, new UNFPA report warns

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Social Dimensions of Teen Pregnancy in the Philippines

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There are factors in the socio-economic environment of the teenagers that serve either as risk or protective factors for PMS /Pregnancy.

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