Can family planning contribute to population growth in the low-fertility countries of Eastern Europe? It can. And here is why.

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UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin delivers the keynote address to the Regional Conference 'Population and Development Dialogue: Building Human Capital for Prosperity in Eastern Europe and Central Asia', held in Prague from 11-13 June 2014.


UNFPA Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina is preparing a monograph/coffee-table photography book aimed at documenting the lives of survivors of Conflict Related Sexual Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 1992-1995 war.


Highlights of the work of the United Nations Population Fund in the Russian Federation.


Toni Zen's message to young people on the release of his new song "Ova e tvoe vreme", supported by UNFPA Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regional Office. Click below to check out his new song with Dani, Marko MaraQYa and Bobo!


Dani's message to young people on the release of her new song 'Ova e tvoe vreme', supported by UNFPA Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regional Office. Click below to check out her new song, featuring Toni Zen, Marko MaraQYa and Bobo!


Watch Dani's new song and video produced to support the launch of UNFPA's State of the World Population Report 2013 on teenage pregnancy.


Like many other Roma women in South-Eastern Europe, Arnela and Sabrina gave birth before turning 18. The two young mothers from Visoko in Bosnia and Herzegovina are sisters-in-law, and they share the experience of having seen their dreams shattered by getting pregnant too early in life.

But there is a way to break the cycle of poverty and early pregnancy. A recent survey shows that Roma girls with secondary education are dramatically less likely to have their first child as an adolescent.


UNFPA's Marija Vasileva Blazev presents a new publication featuring good practices on youth participation in policy dialogue and programming.


UNFPA's Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia is partnering with celebrities from the region to raise awareness of the need to prevent teenage pregnancy and draw attention to solutions.