UNFPA campaigns against gender-based violence in Maldives. Video: UNFPA Maldives


This video presents the stories of five independent women from Maldives: Aishath, an artist; Zareena, a yam grower, Shakeeba, a taxi driver; Amira, a religious leader; and Aminath, an office worker. Video: UNFPA Maldives and Thirees Nuvaeh.


This video shows a dialogue between two babies who exchange stories about their young parents and their situation. Video: UNFPA Philippines


This video tells the stories of three people living with HIV and on how they positively respond to the challenges they face. Video: UNFPA Philippines


The infant and maternal mortality rates in the mountainous regions of northern Vietnam are 10 times higher than the national average. This Al Jazeera film tells the story of a Hmong ethnic minority midwife who has been trained to provide maternal care to her community in the isolated Chi Ca commune. Filmmakers: Nick Ahlmark and Nicole Precel / Storytime Films


President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia talks about the challenges in a world of 7 billion people. Video: UNFPA Indonesia


Nearly 30 per cent of Lao women who want to avoid pregnancy are not using a family planning method. To help close this gap, a new initiative uses villagers to distribute contraceptives in communities that are far from regular health services.


As the world's population pushes towards 7 billion, its second most populous country India continues to face rapid rural to urban migration, as millions of people continue to seek better economic opportunities in its already over-populated cities.


The world's population will top seven billion people in 31 October 2011. This unique moment in human history represents both an achievement and a challenge, and will have an impact on every single person on the planet, particularly in the developing countries of Asia.


Video: UNFPA Viet Nam