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Common but Hiding: Gender Based Violence in Sri Lanka

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With UNFPA support, community centers set up after the December 2004 tsunami offer abused women with counseling, medical care, skills training and legal assistance -- under one roof.

 

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Caring for Women, UNFPA in Pakistan

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A year after the 2005 earthquake in Pakistan, many women received much better reproductive health care as a result of efforts by UNFPA and its partners to restore service.

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Making Peace Work for Nepali Women

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Women suffered severely during Nepal's civil war and an uncertain peace has not ended their insecurity. A UN call for women's protection during war and their full involvement in peace-building remains largely unrealized.

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Reproductive Health Bill in the Philippines

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Family planning is widely practised in Asia, but it remains controversial in the Philippines. The Congress there is debating a bill that would make contraceptives available to people who can't afford them. The Catholic Church opposes the measure. Supporters however say it would save lives and give poor women more options, like the chance to go to school instead of having more babies.

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World AIDS Day 2010 in Sri Lanka

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UNFPA commemorated World AIDS Day in Vavuniya district and engaged the youth to take the lead in raising awareness about HIV/AIDS. Photo: Revati Chawla. Video: Thusandra Vijaynathan

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Addressing Gender-Based Violence in Viet Nam

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Gender-based violence is a serious problem globally. In Viet Nam, according to the National Study on Domestic Violence against Women, one in three or 34 per cent of ever-married women report that they have suffered physical or sexual violence from their husbands at some time in their lives. The study findings also show that women are three times more likely to be abused by a husband than by any other person.

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Responding to Violence Against Women in the Philippines

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Civil society groups in the Philippines are working to change attitudes perpetuating violence against women. Their campaigns have proven effective in bringing issues out into the open, especially in engaging men to prevent gender-based abuses. Video: UNFPA Philippines

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