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21/10/2011

At the meeting entitled, "7 Billion: Balance, Rights and Equity" in Yerevan, Armenia

29/09/2011

In a country where 15 per cent of the population is over the age of 65, UNFPA addresses opportunities and challenges for the elderly in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Video: Rob McBride/UNFPA

29/09/2011

A short film taking a closer look at the UNFPA-supported Senior Citizens' Centre in Belgrade, Serbia.

Video: Rob McBride/UNFPA

27/09/2011

VEVCHANI, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - With the world's population on the brink of reaching an historic seven billion people, growth is not evenly distributed. While nearly 80 million people are added every year, many countries - especially in Eastern Europe - are losing population.

With an ageing population and a diminishing workforce, it is becoming increasingly difficult for countries like the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and others in the region, to provide access to health services and special facilities for the elderly.

United Nations Population Fund is working with governments and key partners in the region by providing technical support at the regional and country level.

Video: Rob McBride/UNFPA

27/09/2011

With the world's population on the brink of reaching an historic 7 billion people, growth is not evenly distributed. While nearly 80 million people are added every year, many countries - especially in Eastern Europe - are losing population.

With an ageing population and a diminishing workforce, it is becoming increasingly difficult for countries like the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and others in the region, to provide access to health services and special facilities for the elderly.

United Nations Population Fund is working with governments and key partners in the region by providing technical support at the regional and country level.

- Rob McBride/UNFPA

14/09/2011

The video features cervical cancer screening and UNFPA support to the government of Georgia in cervical cancer prevention. This video aired on CNN Worldview.

07/09/2011

68 year old Pavle Lukanoski and his wife of 44 years, Borka, live in Galicnik Village in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. They are the only two people who live in Galicnik year round. Pavle Lukanoski was interviewed by Raquel Wexler of UNFPA Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

17/06/2011

Audio interview of Nargis Rakhimova of UNFPA by Raquel Wexler on the state of midwifery and the maternal health situation in Tajikistan.

13/06/2011

UNFPA-produced video on the midwifery situation in Uzbekistan.

For further information contact Raquel Wexler at wexler@unfpa.org

 

07/06/2011

UNFPA Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia launched a Youth At Risk multimedia and advocacy project in May 2011.

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