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In 2011, the Busan Agreement for partnership for effective development cooperation was launched within the framework of the Fourth High level Forum on Aid Effectiveness. The Busan Agreement highlighted four principles for all development actors that are key to making development cooperation effective. These include ownership of development priorities by developing countries; a focus on results; partnerships for development involving the participation of all actors recognizing the diversity and complementarity of their role; transparency and shared accountability.

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This publication is dedicated to Syrian adolescent girls throughout the region, many of whom are grappling with enormous challenges on a daily basis and yet continue to defy numerous odds to fight for their basic human rights.

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This report shows the impact our programmes have had on the lives of women and girls in 155 countries and territories in 2018.

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The world we imagined can be a reality, but it requires conviction, courage, partnership and dedication from us all.

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The conflict in Syria has created one of the most severe and protracted humanitarian crises in the world today. The Regional Situation Report for the Syria Crisis offers a bird’s eye view of UNFPA’s response to the Syria Crisis.

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In 1994, a global revolution started in Cairo at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD). World leaders recognized individuals’ right to make their reproductive choices freely and responsibly, and agreed that women’s empowerment is a precondition to development. For the first time, the ICPD Programme of Action introduced a rights-based approach to the nexus between population and development. On ICPD’s 20th anniversary, the Arab states came together to renew their commitment to its revolutionary agenda within the context of region-specific challenges. With UNFPA’s support, this effort produced the 2013 Cairo Declaration which charted the way ahead for the region’s quest to fulfill the ICPD promise. 

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The conflict in Syria has created one of the most severe and protracted humanitarian crises in the world today. The Regional Situation Report for the Syria Crisis offers a bird’s eye view of UNFPA’s response to the Syria Crisis.

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If hostilities continue, disruption in service delivery is likely to increase. Even with existing emergency response capacity and resources, the tempo of the conflict and the patterns of displacement may render response across sectors limited and insufficient.

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The conflict in Syria has created one of the most severe and protracted humanitarian crises in the world today. The Regional Situation Report for the Syria Crisis offers a bird’s eye view of UNFPA’s response to the Syria Crisis.

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The conflict in Syria has created one of the most severe and protracted humanitarian crises in the world today. The Regional Situation Report for the Syria Crisis offers a bird’s eye view of UNFPA’s response to the Syria Crisis.

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