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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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08/05/2020

If you feel frustrated and angry due to COVID-19, do not target your family, better release the stress by doing physical exercises on your own or do an activity that you and your loved ones will enjoy doing together. 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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04/05/2020

Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, use condoms to prevent unintended pregnancies, HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Infections. 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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06/05/2020

During COVID-19 pandemic avoid risky sexual behaviors. Remember that condoms are the only methods that simultaneously protect against pregnancy and reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. 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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26/04/2020

Prime Minister Andrew Holness considers the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls a high priority for the Government of Jamaica. He was speaking at the national launch of the EU-funded and UN-led Spotlight Initiative against Family Violence on the 9th March 2020 at the Office of the Prime Minister in Kingston, Jamaica. The European Union is providing funds of approximately 8 million (EUR) to Jamaica for the Spotlight Initiative, with implementation activities being led by the United Nations Resident Coordinator Office in Jamaica, in collaboration with United Nations sister agencies such as UN Women Caribbean , UNFPA, UNDP Jamaica, UNICEF Jamaica and government partner, the Bureau of Gender Affairs Jamaica.

Event coverage: Vilma Gregory, Linden Holness and Jelanie Thompson for UNFPA Caribbean

26/04/2020

Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport in Jamaica, Olivia Grange acknowledges the importance of the Spotlight Initiative partnership as a strategy to address GBV as a major public health and development issue. She was speaking at the national launch of the EU-funded and UN-led Spotlight Initiative against Family Violence on the 9th March 2020 at the Office of the Prime Minister in Kingston, Jamaica. The European Union is providing funds of approximately 8 million (EUR) to Jamaica for the Spotlight Initiative, with implementation activities being led by the United Nations Resident Coordinator Office in Jamaica, in collaboration with United Nations sister agencies such as UN Women Caribbean , UNFPA, UNDP Jamaica and UNICEF Jamaica and government partner, Bureau of Gender Affairs Jamaica.

Event coverage: Vilma Gregory, Linden Holness and Jelanie Thompson for UNFPA Caribbean

26/04/2020

#SpotlightEndViolence summary video: Jamaican entertainers join the EU, the UN Country Team and policy makers to address Violence against Women and Girls at the national launch of the EU-funded and UN-led Spotlight Initiative against Family Violence on the 9th March 2020 at the University of the West Indies Regional Headquarters in Kingston, Jamaica. The European Union is providing funds of approximately 8 million (EUR) to Jamaica for the Spotlight Initiative, with implementation activities being led by the United Nations Resident Coordinator Office in collaboration with United Nations sister agencies such as UN Women Caribbean , UNFPA, UNDP Jamaica,UNICEF Jamaica and government partner, the Bureau of Gender Affairs Jamaica.
Event coverage: Vilma Gregory, Linden Holness and Jelanie Thompson for UNFPA Caribbean

26/04/2020

BELIZE: #CaribbeanYouthAgainstCOVID19 and #YouthAgainstCOVID19 UNFPA Caribbean Sub-Regional Office is teaming up with Prezi to help teach young people around the world about #COVID19 and what they can do to keep their friends, families, and communities safe. In this episode Jenean Sabal, president of the Belize Youth Advisory Group, shares important information about precaution and prevention of this virus. Like and share the video, so more young people can get informed!

26/04/2020

UNFPA Caribbean is teaming up with Prezi to help teach young people around the world about #COVID19 and what they can do to keep their friends, families, and communities safe. In this episode Bernice Antoine, member of the Youth Advisory Group of Trinidad & Tobago, explains the symptoms of the virus and how you can protect yourself and others against it. Like and share the video, so more young people can get informed!

26/04/2020

UNFPA Caribbean is working with #Prezi to teach young people around the world about #COVID19 and what they can do to protect their friends, families and communities. In this video, Fay King, female co-chair of the Youth Advisory Group of the UNFPA Suriname, tells about the symptoms of the virus and the different ways you can protect yourself and others. Like and share the video, so more young people can get informed.

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