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UNFPA Humanitarian Appeal for Afghanistan

Fact Sheet

In Afghanistan, every two hours a mother dies from pregnancy-related complications 18.4 million people The current crisis could make the situation worse. $29.2 million is needed to respond to immediate humanitarian needs.

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Annual Report 2020 | UNFPA Asia-Pacific

Annual Report

2020 was an extraordinary year for all of us amid the COVID-19 pandemic, regardless of where we were in the world. For UNFPA - the UN sexual and reproductive health agency - this meant continuing to ensure that pregnant mothers deliver healthy babies, that women and girls continue to be safe from all forms of violence and harmful practices, and that women continue to have access to life-saving sexual and reproductive health supplies and services, including rights-based family planning.

With the compounding impact of humanitarian crises and climate change across Asia-Pacific, delivering our work amid the pandemic grew increasingly difficult. Yet, UNFPA country offices and colleagues across the region, together with our implementing partners, rose to the challenge, moving forward with innovation and resilience. 

Our Annual Report 2020, ‘Delivering in a pandemic’, provides a snapshot of our results achieved across 22 Country Offices and our sub-regional office in the Pacific. These results are illustrated through stories from the ground that provide an in-depth perspective of the impact of our work on the lives of people, with a focus on the most vulnerable women and girls.

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Highlights of results 2016 - 2020 - Regional Prepositioning Initiative

Technical Reports and Document

The Regional Prepositioning Initiative supports humanitarian preparedness across the Asia Pacific region to ensure that the lifesaving needs of women and girls in humanitarian crises are met. This publication showcases the achievements made under Phase 2 of the initiative implemented 2016-2020.

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Ending Violence against Women and Children in East Asia and Pacific

Technical Reports and Document

This multi country study explores existing examples of collaboration and integration of VAC and VAW policies, services, and programmes, as well as challenges and future opportunities in the East Asia and Pacific region, with a focus on four countries – Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, and Viet Nam.

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LEARN. PROTECT. RESPECT. EMPOWER. The Status of Comprehensive Sexuality Education In Asia-pacific: A Summary Review 2020

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School-based age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is an effective means of reaching a large population of children and young people, particularly where rates of school participation are high. This overview of the status of in-school CSE in Asia and the Pacific provides a strong evidence base on the reach and impact of this across the region.

 

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Curriculum for comprehensive sexuality education

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This factsheet is part of the review, LEARN. PROTECT. RESPECT. EMPOWER. The Status of Comprehensive Sexuality Education In Asia-pacific: A Summary Review 2020. School-based age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is an effective means of reaching a large population of children and young people, particularly where rates of school participation are high. This overview of the status of in-school CSE in Asia and the Pacific provides a strong evidence base on the reach and impact of this across the region.

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Meeting needs of young people for comprehensive sexuality education

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This factsheet is part of the review, LEARN. PROTECT. RESPECT. EMPOWER. The Status of Comprehensive Sexuality Education In Asia-pacific: A Summary Review 2020. School-based age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is an effective means of reaching a large population of children and young people, particularly where rates of school participation are high. This overview of the status of in-school CSE in Asia and the Pacific provides a strong evidence base on the reach and impact of this across the region.

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Monitoring and assessment for comprehensive sexuality education

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This factsheet is part of the review, LEARN. PROTECT. RESPECT. EMPOWER. The Status of Comprehensive Sexuality Education In Asia-pacific: A Summary Review 2020. School-based age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is an effective means of reaching a large population of children and young people, particularly where rates of school participation are high. This overview of the status of in-school CSE in Asia and the Pacific provides a strong evidence base on the reach and impact of this across the region.

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Teachers’ preparedness for comprehensive sexuality education

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This factsheet is part of the review, LEARN. PROTECT. RESPECT. EMPOWER. The Status of Comprehensive Sexuality Education In Asia-pacific: A Summary Review 2020. School-based age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is an effective means of reaching a large population of children and young people, particularly where rates of school participation are high. This overview of the status of in-school CSE in Asia and the Pacific provides a strong evidence base on the reach and impact of this across the region.

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Enabling framework for comprehensive sexuality education

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This factsheet is part of the review, LEARN. PROTECT. RESPECT. EMPOWER. The Status of Comprehensive Sexuality Education In Asia-pacific: A Summary Review 2020. School-based age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is an effective means of reaching a large population of children and young people, particularly where rates of school participation are high. This overview of the status of in-school CSE in Asia and the Pacific provides a strong evidence base on the reach and impact of this across the region.

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