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22/08/2017

SURINAME - World Population Day production by Youth Advisory Group (YAGees)

21/08/2017

UNFPA’s Federico Tobar – how will health economics help us meet SDG Goal #3 and our SRH targets?

Dr. Federico Tobar of UNFPA Latin American and Caribbean region shares the benefits of health economics for sexual and reproductive health and for meeting the targets of SDG Goal #3.

He shares statistics on family planning and adolescent pregnancy in the region and the challenges for donor funding. He was speaking on 28 June at the Regional SDG Conference - Caribbean Action 2030 – which was being held from 28-30 June 2017, at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.

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07/05/2017

Adahzeh All-Female Band members rock at #IWD2017 march against #GBV

Watch the Adazeh All-Female Band members help share the message and rock the audience on International Women’s Day 2017, at the “BeBoldForChange” campaign on 8 March at the Emancipation Park in Kingston.

Click for photo stories in case you missed them:
The 08 March concert:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACaribbeanPage/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1497628180261452

The 08 March GBV march:
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22/08/2017

Prime Minister Andrew Holness of Jamaica supporting the fight against gender-based violence

Watch Prime Minister Andrew Holness of Jamaica, as he supports the fight against gender-based violence on 8 March, International Women's Day. He spoke before the start of the “United to End GBV” music concert organised by the Bureau of Gender Affairs, at the Emancipation Park in Kingston.

Click for photo stories in case you missed them:
The 08 March concert:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACaribbeanPage/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1497628180261452

The 08 March GBV march:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACaribbeanPage/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1494339497256987

31/05/2017

Marcia Griffiths empowers women in song & channels Bob Marley’s ‘No Woman No Cry” in #GBV fight

Watch international and legendary singer Marcia Griffiths, as she empowers girls & women through her music and channels Marley’s song, ‘No Woman No Cry” in the fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). She was performing at the Unite Against Violence music concert on 8 March at the Emancipation Park in Kingston. The event was organised by the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment & Sports and sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

Click for photo stories in case you missed them:
The 08 March concert:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACaribbeanPage/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1497628180261452

The 08 March GBV march:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/UNFPACaribbeanPage/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1494339497256987

07/06/2017

Stakeholders in Suriname discuss teenage pregnancy on World Population Day 2016

25/02/2017

UNFPA Caribbean Director Drayton – Agenda 2030 is multi-dimensional & needs informed decision making

Director of the UNFPA Sub-Regional Office for the English and Dutch-speaking Caribbean, Ms. Alison Drayon points out that Agenda 2030 is complex, multi-dimensional and in need of informed decision making. She appeals for improved data systems in the Caribbean which will help to inform the sustainable development goals. She was delivering opening remarks at the Conference on Population Planning for Development on 25 January 2017, at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston.

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20/11/2016

UNFPA Caribbean - Listen to the heartfelt sounds of young Tiana- “Why treat we like this?”

Listen to the heartfelt cry of Tiana Brown, Head Girl for Spaulding Primary in the parish of Clarendon, as she pleads for better treatment of our youngsters. Tiana was performing at the 11 November launch of the 2016 State of the World Population Report (SWOP) at the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) in Kingston, Jamaica.

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20/11/2016

UNFPA Caribbean - PIOJ Williams: Robust investment in our girls is an effective development strategy

Mr. Easton Williams, Director of Social Policy, Planning and Research shares the adolescent and youth development goals expressed in Vision 2030, Jamaica’s long term development plan. He appeals for support in the implementation of better governance, infrastructure and education which will help alleviate the inter-generational poverty which plagues many Jamaicans. He was speaking at the 11 November launch of the 2016 State of the World Population Report (SWOP) at the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) in Kingston, Jamaica.

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23/06/2015

A look at teenage pregnancy in Guyana.

 
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