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18/11/2014

UNFPA's State of World Population 2014

10/09/2014

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

(Click here for Russian-language video)

11/06/2014

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.

20/03/2014

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.

19/12/2013

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

06/11/2013

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! http://bit.ly/18Fgs9D

04/11/2013

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! http://bit.ly/18Fgs9D

30/10/2013

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.

30/10/2013

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.

27/09/2013

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

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