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28 March 2019
Statement
Statement by Dr. Luay Shabaneh, UNFPA’s Director for the Arab region, in response to the recent attacks on hospitals in Sa’ada and Taizz, Yemen Cairo, 28 March 2019 - We are dismayed about the latest... Read more
27 March 2019
News
Even as some parts of Syria appear to be stabilizing, the crisis has long since passed a tipping point in terms of generational change, and its effects will undoubtedly continue for many years to... Read more
25 March 2019
News
Recently, UNFPA, the United Nations agency for sexual and reproductive health, in partnership with the Mediterranean Forum for Youth and the World Organization of the Scout Movement and other... Read more
20 March 2019
News
Despite her best efforts to build a life out of the ruin, Reem, 26, is grappling with an unshakable anxiety about her future as a refugee. She tried to do everything right. She waited and did not... Read more
13 March 2019
News
After her husband was killed in the war, Dalal became the sole provider for their son Dalal was a child when the war broke out in Syria. Now, at 20 years old, she’s internally displaced, a widow,... Read more
9 March 2019
News
Nadia was only 16 when she grabbed her toddler and fled her house in Huwaija, Iraq, while five months pregnant. ISIS had taken over their town two years earlier and, on this fateful night, persistent... Read more
4 March 2019
News
Sahar El Nabaheen was born into a humanitarian crisis that has only gotten worse over the years. In addition to the violence, the fear and the uncertainty that are part and parcel of what it is to... Read more
27 February 2019
Press Release
27 February, Amman- As the international community prepares for the Brussels III Conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region, the European Union (EU), UN Women and UNFPA organized a... Read more
26 February 2019
News
Sahar’s voice is low; her face veil hides most of her emotions; her hands are always moving when she speaks as if trying to create a visual frame for her quiet words. At first sight, it might be easy... Read more
21 February 2019
News
Wars are usually associated with images of violence and grief, with once-safe homes crumbling as tent cities go up. The sounds of bombing and wailing can easily drown out most other voices. Women... Read more

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