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yesterday at 20:27. Facebook
Raneem is not letting the fact that she is 16 years old—or a refugee in Jordan—stop her from taking action to end gender-based violence. She is a vocal opponent of child marriage. “I tell my friends that getting married early will deprive them of their childhood,” she says.

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UNFPA
12/02/2016 at 19:31. Facebook
Music can be a powerful tool for change. Don’t believe us? Meet Zambian musician B Flow. He uses his music to call for an end to violence against women, and his third album, “Voiceless Woman,” was honoured at the Zambian Music Awards.

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UNFPA
12/02/2016 at 01:55. Facebook
Ending violence against women requires action at all levels, including the enforcement and reformation of national laws and policies on gender-based violence. Lawmakers like Talaigul in Kyrgyzstan can be powerful agents of change.

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UNFPA
11/30/2016 at 16:30. Facebook
#DidYouKnow: Child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM) are forms of gender-based violence?

Fatuma is a survivor of both. Today, she is part of a UNFPA-supported programme for girls in Ethiopia that advocates against these harmful practices: unfpa.org/16voices

#16voices #16days #EndVAW #GlobalGoals
UNFPA
11/29/2016 at 19:15. Facebook
Since Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti, UNFPA Haiti has been working to meet the reproductive health needs of over 546,000 women and girls. Today, on Giving Tuesday, consider making a donation to support our lifesaving humanitarian work: unfpa.org/donate

#GivingTuesday #Haiti #HurricaneMatthew
UNFPA
11/28/2016 at 23:36. Facebook
“I am not an addict. I used drugs for two years, then I decided to quit because of a job I was starting and also for my daughter,” says 25-year-old Marcos in São Salvador, Brazil.

Today, Marcos is a social educator and dance teacher at a UNFPA Brasil-supported youth network in Itapgipe. “My biggest dream is to have a family [and] build a home for my daughter,” he says

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UNFPA
11/28/2016 at 15:09. Facebook
In her flood-affected area of Bangladesh, Shahida is calling for longer-lasting ways to empower women and ensure that their right to live free of abuse is protected. She is one of 16 heroes whom we are celebrating during the ongoing 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence: unfpa.org/16voices

#16voices #16days #EndVAW #GlobalGoals
UNFPA
11/28/2016 at 05:36. Facebook
Ending violence against women and girls is matter of human rights and gender equality. Even 10-year-old Mary from Uganda knows this. She dreams of a different future, where all girls are as valued and supported as boys.

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UNFPA
11/27/2016 at 06:33. Facebook
Men and boys have a vital role to play in addressing violence against women and girls. Take Aung for example: "I know what to do when I hear or see a man beating his wife. I know how to approach him and how to involve our community leaders,” he says.

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UNFPA
11/26/2016. Facebook
Palestinian artist and activist Rand Jarallah uses her face as a canvas to draw attention to social issues, including violence against women and girls. “Makeup can be used as a form of art to empower people, because, you know what, art is unlimited – and so is our creativity,” she says.

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UNFPA
11/25/2016. Facebook
#DidYouKnow: 1-in-3 women will experience violence in their lifetime? We must reverse this trend! Share this post or tag a friend to help spread the word.

#16voices #16days #EndVAW #GlobalGoals #TagAFriend
UNFPA
11/24/2016. Facebook
"I made several attempts to run away. Each time I was caught, it meant being punished by 100 lashes," says 15-year-old Goggoji, who finally escaped a Boko Haram camp in northeastern Nigeria with her daughter by wandering for three days in the forest.

Today, Goggoji is among some 565 former Boko Haram abductees, all of them women and children, who are receiving care from a UNFPA...
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UNFPA
11/23/2016. Facebook
#QuoteOfTheDay: “Parents like me have a key role to play in preventing child marriage and supporting married girls,” says 31-year-old Sunita in Nepal's Rautahat District.

#EndChildMarriage #LetGirlsLearn #GlobalGoals

Photo: © UNFPA Nepal /Santosh Chhetri
UNFPA
11/22/2016. Facebook
As part of the joint United Nations humanitarian response in Iraq, we are making childbirth safer for pregnant women fleeing Mosul.

Since the start of military operations to retake Mosul from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS or Daesh), we have already provided over 2,000 reproductive health consultations in Qayyarah, Hajj Ali and I’jhala: [ Bit.ly Link...
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UNFPA
11/21/2016. Facebook
“Not only because it’s my duty as a doctor, but I also witnessed what the survivors go through while I was displaced from my town,” says Dr. Nagham Nawzat

Since its opening last year, the UNFPA-supported Duhok Survivors’ Centre, where Dr. Nawzat, works has handled over 850 cases of gender-based violence, ranging from women who have escaped slavery to cases of domestic abuse.

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UNFPA
11/20/2016. Facebook
Alongside other United Nations agencies, we're bringing smiles back to the faces of women and girls affected by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti.

Since the passage of the hurricane, we have deployed teams of midwives and health workers in the most-affected areas to help provide maternal health care and referral services for survivors of gender-based violence.

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UNFPA
11/19/2016. Facebook
Young people, especially girls, have the potential to be agents of positive change. However, to take advantage of this window of opportunity, we must make long-term investments in their health and education.

#GirlPower #Youth #GlobalGoals

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UNFPA
11/18/2016. Facebook
#PhotoOfTheWeek: Young women in Brazil spray paint a mural.

"The aim of the project was to empower women," says Sylvia, coordinator of the UNFPA Brasil-supported graffiti workshops in Recife, where women and girls are increasingly coming together to stand up for their rights.

#GirlPower #Brazil #HumanRights

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UNFPA
11/17/2016. Facebook
#PhotoOfTheDay: Nurse Rasheeda in Yemen attends to a newborn girl whose mother became a child bride when she was just 13 years old.

“My family forced me to get married and took me out of school,” says Ayisha, the baby’s mother. See how Unfpa Yemen and Intersos are working together to support child brides like Ayisha amidst the ongoing conflict in Yemen: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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UNFPA
11/16/2016. Facebook
Meet our #WomanCrushWednesday Angelina, a counsellor for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV at the Juba Teaching Hospital in South Sudan.

Angelina’s passion to help prevent HIV extends beyond her work in the clinic. “I bring my work everywhere I go. I bring HIV drugs to people who are unable to come to the clinic,” she says.

#WCW #HIVPrevention #GlobalGoals

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