World’s First Humanitarian Summit Commits to Ensuring Sexual, Reproductive Health; Empowering Young People

24-May-2016
ISTANBUL, 24 May 2016–The World Humanitarian Summit concluded here today with a demonstrated resolve to live up to the pledge to leave no one behind, including the more than 60 million displaced, and women, children and other groups in crises. Read

Indonesia has eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus

19-May-2016
JAKARTA, 19 May 2016 – Today, Indonesia is declared as having eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) by the World Health Organization (WHO). WHO, UNICEF and UNFPA congratulate the Government of Indonesia for this major achieve as the country has significantly reduced this unacceptable inequity in immunization despite the challenges the country has in providing services in thousands of its islands. Read

Investing in Women, Girls Pays Dividends

16-May-2016
When investing in women and girls, everybody wins. That is the resounding message expected to come out of the Danish capital this week when Copenhagen hosts the largest international conference on women’s and girls’ rights, health and well-being yet to be held this millennium.  Read

Midwives: health heroes for women, adolescent girls and newborns

05-May-2016
On this International Day of the Midwife, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, salutes the contribution of midwives to saving the lives of women, adolescent girls and newborns, sometimes under very difficult circumstances, in hard-to-reach communities, in humanitarian emergencies, and in fragile and conflict-torn countries. Read

Muslim Religious Leaders from Asia and Africa learned Family Planning Programme in Indonesia

02-May-2016
Yogyakarta, 30 April 2016 - Twenty four participants, comprised of Muslim Religious Leaders, Islamic teachers and Family Planning Programme Officers from nine Asian and African countries, joined a training on strategic partnership with Muslim Religious Leaders in Family Planning in Yogyakarta from 25 to 30 April 2016. Read