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26/06/2020

Due to #COVID19, the health and safety of women and girls has been compromised. Women and girls are disproportionately impacted by this pandemic. In this last episode of the #youthagainstcovid19 campaign Jasmyn Joseph talks about the ways this pandemic has been affecting women and girls around the world and the actions we as a community can take to promote #genderequality during covid-19. Share this video, so other youth can get informed and take action against gender inequality during covid19!

 

01/07/2020

#COVID19 is disproportionately affecting women and girls. The pandemic and related measures have compromised the health and safety of women and girls all over the world. Click play and listen to Renea Green of TransWave Jamaica talk about the different ways this pandemic has impacted women and girls and what we as a community can do to support them during this period. Share this video, so other youth can get informed and take action against gender inequality during covid19!

 

10/08/2020

Reduce the risk of transmission or re-infection of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections by avoiding multiple partners. Use condoms, lubricants when needed, and pre-exposure prophylaxis, if available. This is a message from the UNFPA Sub-Regional Office for the Caribbean and our partners. Follow, Like, Share and Subscribe to our social media accounts and website:

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19/08/2020

Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep and avoid alcohol and drugs. Take deep breaths, stretch or meditate. This is a message from the UNFPA Sub-Regional Office for the Caribbean and our sister agency UNAIDS Jamaica. Do Follow, Like, Share and Subscribe to our social media accounts and website:

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21/08/2020

Make time to relax and remind yourself that negative feelings will go away. Take breaks from watching, reading or listening to news stories—it can be upsetting to hear about the COVID-19 crisis repeatedly. This is a message from the UNFPA Sub-Regional Office for the Caribbean and our sister agency UNAIDS Jamaica. Do Follow, Like, Share and Subscribe to our social media accounts and website:

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24/08/2020

Ensure that our pregnant patients know about the #COVID-19 symptoms and the need to keep their appointments. This is a message from the UNFPA Sub-Regional Office for the Caribbean and our partners. Do Follow, Like, Share and Subscribe to our social media accounts and website:
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20/07/2020

The Spotlight Initiative, a multi-year programme commencing January 2020, aims at addressing all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG), and harmful practices. In the Caribbean, the focus is on family violence. This is a joint message from UNFPA Caribbean, The Coalition Against Domestic Violence and The Global Spotlight Initiative funded by European Commission - Development & Cooperation - EuropeAid | European Union in Trinidad and Tobago| UN Trinidad & Tobago.

22/07/2020

#SpotlightENDViolence - The Spotlight Initiative, a multi-year programme commencing January 2020, aims at addressing all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG), and harmful practices. In the Caribbean, the focus is on family violence. This is a joint message from UNFPA Caribbean, the Coalition Against Domestic Violence and The Global Spotlight Initiative funded by European Commission - Development & Cooperation - EuropeAid | European Union in Trinidad and Tobago| UN Trinidad & Tobago

21/07/2020

Is a new baby joining or has just joined the family during the COVID-19 pandemic? All family members should bear in mind that it is especially important to keep all health appointments. Call them in advance to ask for an appointment that will permit you to respect social distancing and not have to wait long. This is a message from the UNFPA Sub-Regional Office for the Caribbean and our partners.
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11/05/2020

COVID-19 is putting us all in a challenging situation, you cannot fight it with violence. Exercise patience and tolerance, have greater control over your emotions, particularly with your loved ones. Follow, Like, Share and Subscribe to our social media accounts and website:
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