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07/01/2019

Happy New Year to YOU from all of us at the UNFPA Sub-Regional Office for the Caribbean!

13/12/2018

The Most Honourable Juliet Holness Juliet Holness, Wife of the Prime Minister of Jamaica and Champion for the Caribbean Woman, Caribbean Child (CARIWAC) Initiative in Jamaica shares key findings from the 2018 State of the World Population Report and makes the link with Jamaica’s fertility situation. Mrs. Holness was speaking at the official launch of the report on the 8th of November at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston. The event was hosted by UNFPA Caribbean , in partnership with the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ).

20/11/2018

Dr. Wayne Henry, Director General of the Planning Institute of Jamaica thanks the UNFPA Caribbean and other development partners for their support as he identifies population and migration policies as integral to the planning process. He was speaking at the launch of the 2018 State of the World Population Report which was officially launched in partnership with the Planning Institute of Jamaica on the 8th of November in Kingston, at the Terra Nova Hotel. Video credits: Vilma Gregory, Jelanie Thomspon and Rakeem Walker for UNFPA Caribbean. See earlier photos: https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACari...

20/11/2018

UNFPA Caribbean Director and Representative Alison Drayton shares trends in the global fertility rates and details the institutional and economic barriers still being faced in the Caribbean. She was speaking at the launch of the 2018 State of the World Population Report which was officially launched in partnership with the Planning Institute of Jamaica on the 8th of November in Kingston, at the Terra Nova Hotel. Video credits: Vilma Gregory, Jelanie Thomspon and Rakeem Walker for UNFPA Caribbean. See earlier photos: https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACari...

03/10/2018

#HurricaneMaria devastated Dominica last year and UNFPA has been working with our partners on the ground to build and sustain greater national resilience to natural disasters. This video showcases some of the damage suffered by Dominica and highlights some aspects of the response and recovery efforts now taking place. Video credits: Vilma Gregory, Jelanie Thompson and Rakeem Walker for UNFPA Caribbean

03/09/2018

Teenage mother and social activist Akoala Thompson speaks passionately on SRH and Rights for Adolescents at the Caribbean Forum on Population, Youth and Development which was held in Georgetown, Guyana from the 24-26 July, 2018. The forum looked at possibilities to create tighter synergies between youth policy needs and broader development frameworks such as the Montevideo Consensus on Population and Development, the SAMOA Pathway, the #SDGs as well as national sectoral plans. See earlier photos: https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACari..

09/09/2018

Director Alison Drayton responds to audience queries on adolescent health and climate vulnerabilities. She lauds leading efforts of Jamaica in Home and Family Life Education #HFLE and highlights the long-term psycho-social effects of natural disasters in the Caribbean region. She was speaking at the Caribbean Forum on Population, Youth and Development which was held in Georgetown, Guyana from the 24-26 July, 2018. See earlier photos: https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACari..

09/07/2018

Led by Nurse and midwife Julie Frampton, hurricane survivors express themselves and involve our Communications Consultant Vilma Gregory at the launch of the UNFPA-supported Women Friendly Spaces in Portsmouth, Dominica. The launch took place on the 26th May, 2018. Event coverage: Vilma Gregory, Jelanie Thompson and Rakeem Walker for UNFPA Caribbean See earlier photo story https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACari...

02/10/2018

Parliamentarian and Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira discusses the need for access to SRH services and the progress being made to exercise the rights of Guyanese citizens, despite the challenges. She was addressing our visiting multimedia team on the 30th of May, 2018 at her office in Georgetown, Guyana. Event coverage: Vilma Gregory, Jelanie Thompson and Onaje Gregory for UNFPA Caribbean

28/05/2018

Meet Alison Drayton, our UNFPA Caribbean Director and Representative

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