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29 September 2022
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From South Korea to the land of a thousand hills, contributing to improving reproductive and maternal health for women and girls

From South Korea to the land of a thousand hills, contributing to improving reproductive and maternal health for women and girls

Ms. Hakyung Kang joined the UNFPA Rwanda country office in February 2021 from South Korea.  As a KOICA multilateral cooperation officer in charge of... Read more

12 September 2022
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Young mothers’ empowerment:  a beacon of hope in restoring the dignity and resilience

Young mothers’ empowerment: a beacon of hope in restoring the dignity and resilience

Nyiranzavugimana Florence, a young mother from Karongi District of Western province in Rwanda, who had her child at 19 Years old, and was rejected by... Read more

9 September 2022
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Enhancing parent-adolescent communication to empower adolescents and young people to make informed choices.

Enhancing parent-adolescent communication to empower adolescents and young people to make informed choices.

Enhancing parent-adolescent communication to empower adolescents and young people to make informed choices.

16 August 2022
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President Paul KAGAME and First Lady Jeannette KAGAME were enumerated Tuesday morning. Photo/Urugwiro

Because everyone counts: Rwanda to conduct its 5th Population and housing census

Because everyone counts: Rwanda to conduct its 5th Population and housing census

12 August 2022
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Urukundo Initiative Rwanda among  the top 10 winners of the UNFPA’s Joint Innovation Challenge

Urukundo Initiative Rwanda among the top 10 winners of the UNFPA’s Joint Innovation Challenge

Urukundo Initiative Rwanda among the top 10 winners of the UNFPA’s Joint Innovation Challenge

12 July 2022
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World Population Day: How to ensure Demographic Resilience

World Population Day: How to ensure Demographic Resilience

Skills, tools, political will and public support to analyze demographic change and develop effective population and social policies based on data, evidence and human rights, are key to long-term,... Read more

30 June 2022
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School Health Clubs: A safe space to discuss and tackle teenage pregnancy

School Health Clubs: A safe space to discuss and tackle teenage pregnancy

Benegusenga Angelique is a 17 years old young girl from Nyamagabe district, who got pregnant at a very young age. After getting pregnant, she faced mockery from her schoolmates and neighbors in her... Read more

17 June 2022
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Promoting maternal and child health in Nyamasheke

Promoting maternal and child health in Nyamasheke

In line with the Rwanda National Strategy for Transformation, health training institutions contribute to developing a capable and skilled workforce, ready to provide quality services in the health... Read more

10 June 2022
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Partners including youth Lead Effort To Make Menstruation A Normal Fact Of Life

Gov’t, Partners Lead Effort To Make Menstruation A Normal Fact Of Life By 2030

Over the past decade, evidence has accrued worldwide about the many barriers girls face to safe, hygienic and dignified menstruation. Challenges include inadequate health education on menstruation... Read more

31 May 2022
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Young people attending the menstrual health workshop in Kigali

Menstrual health & hygiene: Why there is still more to be done

Women and girls often know little about the changes they will experience as they advance through life. Many girls learn about menstruation only when they reach puberty, which can be a frightening and... Read more

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