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11/10/2019

11 October is International Day of the Girl Child. Let’s stand with them and call for their rights. We believe in the power of girls to take control over their bodies, write their own script and shape their own lives. Let them be the unstoppable force for the progress. Listen to their voices and inspiration as well as their strong messages to leaders & policy makers via this video on this special day.

04/10/2019

"I march for strengthening the availability of reproductive health commodities at every level of health care system in Myanmar." 

Ahead of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, UNFPA’s Programme Analyst Dr. Aung Thu Tun tells us why he's committed to advancing SRHR for all.

27/09/2019

I march for supporting country to generate uptodate and high quality data for policy and decision-making at all levels. Ahead of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, UNFPA’s Programme Analyst Yu Myat Mun tells us why she's committed to support country to generate and utilize data for development.

18/09/2019

"I march for sexual reproductive health and rights for women and girls affected by humanitarian crisis."

Ahead of the NairobiS ummit on ICPD25, UNFPA’s Humanitarian Preparedness and Response Programme Analyst Dr. Kyaw Wai tells us why he's committed to advancing SRHR for all.

13/09/2019

“Young people in Myanmar do not have better access to job opportunities when they are graduated.”

At ICPD25, What’s Changed in Myanmar in the area of Young People, and what’s the Unfinished Business?

12/09/2019

"I march for..."

Ahead of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, UNFPA staff tell us why they are committed to advancing sexual reproductive health and rights for all.

10/09/2019

"I march for women and girls affected by humanitarian crisis"

Ahead of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, UNFPA’s GBV programme specialist Eri TANIGUCHI tells us why she's committed to advancing SRHR for all.

Tell us why you march.

09/09/2019

"I march for rights and choices for all including women, girls and young people. This is why I march."

Ahead of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, UNFPA’s Representative Ramanathan Balakrishnan tells us why he's committed to advancing SRHR for all.

Tell us why you march.

 

09/09/2019

"People with disabilities are seen as uneducated in Myanmar."

At ICPD25, What’s Changed in Myanmar in the area of people with disabilities, and what’s the Unfinished Business?

09/08/2019

“Women and their partners still need accurate information about contraceptive choices. In some circumstances, women cannot exercise their rights and choices to access to contraceptive services.”

At ICPD25, What’s Changed in Myanmar in the area of sexuality education, and what’s the Unfinished Business?

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