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20/02/2012

In the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedona, Shutto Orizari, a derelict ghetto an hour outside the capital city of Skopje, is home to more than 30,000 Roma people. Excluded from mainstream society, Roma communities have difficulty accessing basic health and education services.

10/01/2012

Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the few countries not to have held a census since 1991. After the armed conflicts of the 1990s and more than 20 years after the previous census, there have been substantial changes to the population and structure of the country. UNFPA is taking the lead in supporting the census which is scheduled to take place in late 2012.

30/11/2011

UNFPA partners with local NGOs for outreach and peer education to prevent the spread of HIV among higher-risk groups.

25/11/2011

In Eastern Europe and Central Asia, it is believed that as many as one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex, or abused in some way - most often by someone she knows, including her husband or another male family member.

26/10/2011

Kosovo Youth

21/10/2011

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

21/10/2011

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

21/10/2011

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

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

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