In light of the unfolding events in Myanmar, UNFPA joins the wider UN family in expressing its strongest concern over the adverse impacts on the rights, safety, health and well-being of the people of Myanmar, including women, girls and young people.
Changing minds and hearts in the struggle to end an entrenched harmful practice isn't easy, but advocates in Indonesia are stepping up their efforts.
Female genital mutilation, a scourge globally, must be tackled all the more urgently as we 'build back better.' Our statement for the Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM.

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RE-ADVERTISE: VA JID 2103 UNFPA APRO - Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Specialist (Retainer contract)

03 March 2021
THIS IS THE RE-ADVERTISEMENT:  This vacancy announcement was advertised with the closing date on 23 February 2021. ...

VA JID 2104 UNFPA APRO GBV and Harmful Practices Advocacy and Knowledge Management Consultant (Retainer contract)

03 March 2021
The consultant will work closely with UNFPA APRO’s Gender team to support advocacy and knowledge management portfolio...