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25/04/2012

PSA on HIV and AIDS

 
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11/02/2011

Masculinity PSA (club) v2.avi

 
24/01/2014

Jamaica has been able to cut its teen pregnancy rate in almost half since the 1970s, yet it still has the fourth highest rate in the Caribbean behind the Dominican Republic, Guyana and Belize. In this feature funded in part by UNFPA, 18 Degrees North tells the story of eighteen year old Shachelle Henry from Kingston who became pregnant at 13 after her nonchalant father encouraged her to find a man to support her. Through the eyes of Henry and another teen mother, the feature highlights the plight of teen moms in Jamaica.

 
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09/09/2014

UNFPA Trinidad & Tobago PSA Teenage Pregnancy

 
22/03/2012

UNFPA and the National Family Planning Board present "Wise Up" ---- a television drama series about the dangers of risky sexual behaviour. This gripping six part drama series, features Donald Anderson, Hugh Douse and many other well-known Jamaican actors.

12/08/2013

World Population Day is commemorated annually on July 11 as an effort to recognize that reproductive health is at the very heart of development and crucial to delivering the UNFPA vision — a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled.

 
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11/07/2013

World Population Day is commemorated annually on July 11 as an effort to recognize that reproductive health is at the very heart of development and crucial to delivering the UNFPA vision — a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled.

Approximately 16% of all live births in Suriname have a teen mother; close to 75% of these births are the results of unplanned pregnancies.
In order to raise awareness about the issue, the Suriname United Nations Fund for Population (UNFPA) commemorates World Population Day in collaboration with Ministry of Sport & Youth Affairs through panel presentations and discussions about teenage pregnancy and adolescent parenthood in Suriname. The two day event will be held on 18 and 19 July. It will present data and diverse perspectives that speak to the impact of teen pregnancy on people's lives, as well as on national development.

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