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26/05/2013

Midwives from around the world came to Kuala Lumpur in May 2013 for the Second Global Midwifery Symposium. Five--from Malawi, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan--shared their reasons for becoming midwives, their most memorable delivery experiences, and the key challenges facing expectant mothers in their countries.

26/05/2013

Midwives from around the world came to Kuala Lumpur in May 2013 for the Second Global Midwifery Symposium. Five--from Malawi, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan--shared their reasons for becoming midwives, their most memorable delivery experiences, and the key challenges facing expectant mothers in their countries.

16/05/2013

Midwives from around the world came to Kuala Lumpur in May 2013 for the Second Global Midwifery Symposium. Five--from Malawi, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan--shared their reasons for becoming midwives, their most memorable delivery experiences, and the key challenges facing expectant mothers in their countries.

26/05/2013

Midwives from around the world came to Kuala Lumpur in May 2013 for the Second Global Midwifery Symposium. Five--from Malawi, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan--shared their reasons for becoming midwives, their most memorable delivery experiences, and the key challenges facing expectant mothers in their countries.

26/05/2013

Midwives from around the world came to Kuala Lumpur in May 2013 for the Second Global Midwifery Symposium. Five--from Malawi, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan--shared their reasons for becoming midwives, their most memorable delivery experiences, and the key challenges facing expectant mothers in their countries.

24/06/2013

On 18 August 2008, a major breach occurred in northern Bihar. Around 4.8 million people in 18 districts were affected by the floods.

24/06/2013

In 2011, Pakistan underwent massive flooding and 5 million people were in urgent need. UNFPA immediately responded to this unprecedented humanitarian crisis and swiftly engaged in resuming reproductive health services.

19/08/2013

The largest number of youth migrants is in Asia and the Pacific, representing 31% of global youth migrants. Most of them migrant in hope for a better life and are eager to contribute economically, culturally and socially. 

04/12/2013

In the forests of southern Laos, boys and girls often marry at age 14 or 15, or even younger, and start having children of their own. The key to reducing adolescent pregnancy, UNFPA reports, is enabling more girls to stay in school.

28/10/2013

With limited options for schooling, teenagers in some remote villages in southern Laos routinely marry and start the hard work of raising families by age 14 or 15.

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