Сегодня Лена стала подростком. Мир вокруг нее полон возможностей. Но также и рисков. Узнайте, с какими возможностями и рисками может столкнуться Лена, а также другие девочки и молодые женщины в Восточной Европе и Центральной Азии, и как ЮНФПА помогает странам в регионе создать мир, в котором каждая беременность желанна, каждые роды безопасны и все молодые люди имеют возможность реализовать свой потенциал. 


Today Lena becomes a teenager. The world around her is full of possibilities. But also risks. See what opportunities and risks Lena and other girls and young women are facing in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and how UNFPA is assisting the countries in the region to deliver a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person's potential is fulfilled.


Sex workers are at high risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Registered sex workers are required to undergo regular medical check-ups, but many work illegally – an estimated 20,000 in Turkey’s biggest city, Istanbul, alone. Social marginalisation and unsafe working environments, and in some cases drug use, increase their risk of acquiring HIV – and that of their clients.


With UNFPA support, Georgia is piloting an organised cervical cancer screening programme, one of the first such programmes in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. It is designed to reduce cervical cancer in Georgia, a disease that leads to 18,000 deaths in Eastern Europe and Central Asia every year, although it is almost entirely preventable.


Может ли Планирование Семьи содействовать росту населения в странах Восточной Европы с низкой рождаемостью? Может! И вот почему.


Может ли Планирование Семьи содействовать росту населения в странах Восточной Европы с низкой рождаемостью? Может! И вот почему.

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Respect for human rights and individual rights is the basis for sustainable development. This is the focus of the ICPD Beyond 2014 and post-2015 development agenda. It is time now to go from words to action and ensure that young people and members of all marginalised groups are included, and to make them the focus of our work.


UNFPA's State of World Population 2014


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.