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Highlights from UNFPA's flagship State of World Population report 2017.

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Where do selected countries stand 15 years after the adoption of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing? 

 

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Joint UNFPA-UNICEF action to end child marriage in India. 

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Joint UNFPA-UNICEF action to end child marriage in Bangladesh. 

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Joint UNFPA-UNICEF to end child marriage in Nepal. 

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Now more than ever, we must ensure that the marginalized, the forgotten—the ones often left behind—can exercise their fundamental human right to decide, free of coercion, discrimination and violence, when or how often to have children.

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The Asia-Pacific #Youth4Peace initiative encourages governments to include young people in peace-building. 
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In September 2016, the Asia-Pacific Regional Office of United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA APRO) and the UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (UNICEF ROSA) hosted a three-day expert group meeting to examine the evidence around programming and policies to end child marriage in South Asia. The meeting convened representatives from the host organizations, as well as UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women country offices in South Asia and surrounding countries, experts from academia and representatives from organizations implementing programmes in the region. 
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Key facts, figures and examples of how we support actions to better mitigate the risks of disasters and support humanitarian response work that is underpinned by UNFPA’s unique mandate encompassing sexual and reproductive health, gender equality, population data and youth empowerment.

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Across Asia and the Pacific The United Nations Population Fund works to place women, girls and young people at the centre of disaster risk reduction efforts.

We assists governments and civil society partners in responding to emergencies, reducing immediate risks and preparing for future disasters—underpinned by UNFPA’s unique mandate encompassing sexual and reproductive health, gender equality, population data and youth empowerment.

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