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Ending use of sexual violence in conflict
Rare pygmy killer whales’ deterioration documented using UH drone tech
WHO and International Organisation of Francophonie sign Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen access to health
Nearly half of all women are denied their bodily autonomy, says new UNFPA report, My Body is My Own
Keeping girls in school reduces new HIV infections
Pioneering study will investigate ways to improve women’s chances of having a baby
Where we live can affect male reproductive health, finds new study
As crisis facing women in Venezuela deepens, UNFPA appeals for urgent funding to save lives and protect their rights
Canada announces new funds to assist millions of Syrians
Nursing’s Heather K. Hardin explores trust in health care professionals
Positive Women with Disabilities in Uganda puts people at centre during COVID-19 pandemic
Male Guardianship Severely Curtails Women’s Rights: Qatar
Motherhood on brink in Yemen
At CSW65, women’s rights organizations discuss impact of COVID-19 on violence against women, one year
As more than one million pregnant women face malnutrition in Yemen, UNFPA Executive Director appeals for peace and increased support
Digital HIV education for Jamaican young people during COVID-19 and beyond
Face of Sudan’s democratic transition ‘is female and it is young’, says UN agency chief
WHO publishes new clinical recommendations on HIV prevention, infant diagnosis, antiretroviral therapy initiation and monitoring
UN Human Rights Council 46 UK statement for Universal Periodic Review Adoption – United States of America
Sharp rise in child, maternal deaths due to COVID-19-induced disruptions
Study Finds Evidence of 55 Chemicals Never Before Reported in People
Woman must be ‘front and centre’ of pandemic recovery, UN chief says
Ten years into crisis, Syrian women and girls continue to face enormous challenges
Syria’s decade of conflict takes massive toll on women and girls
COVID disrupts contraception services, leads to 1.4 million unintended pregnancies, says UNFPA
International women’s day UK statement
New UNFPA data reveals that nearly 12 million women lost access to contraception due to disruptions caused by pandemic
Call for nominations of people living with HIV, key populations and other affected communities to join multistakeholder task force
Coalition working to end gender-based sexual violence in Democratic Republic of Congo
Tackling gender inequalities and gender-based violence during COVID-19 pandemic in Asia and Pacific
Navigating Lesotho’s legal system to address gender-based violence
10 million additional girls at risk of child marriage due to COVID-19
UK Government launches call for evidence to improve health and wellbeing of women in England
Merck underscores commitment to gender equality with renewed focus on APEC economic research prize
IOM Opens First Women and Girls Safe Space for Host Communities in Cox’s Bazar
HPV-DNA testing most effective approach to detect cervical precancer among women living with HIV
Gender inequalities in Senegal highlighted on Zero Discrimination Day
COVID-19 will lead to more child marriages, unintended pregnancies and sexual violence for teens
Severity of suffering ‘impossible to overstate’ says Guterres
Canada announces new funding in continued response to humanitarian crisis in Yemen
US$ 64 million to respond to HIV, TB and malaria in Congo
Urgent funding needed to provide protection and health services to millions of women in Yemen
New Global Fund Grants to increase access to health services in Congo
Supermodel Natalia Vodianova joins UNFPA to tackle stigma and advance women’s health
Stop harassment of workers, UN agency urges military
Supermodel and philanthropist Natalia Vodianova teams up with UNFPA to end stigma around women’s bodies and health
Rutgers Clinical Affiliates Nationally Recognized as Best Maternity Care Hospitals by Newsweek
Eileen Moyer appointed professor of Anthropology of Ecology, Health and Climate Change