UNFPA China held the first seminar on use of ICT in SSC in SRH


UNFPA’s Executive Director at the World Family Summit +10


The 5th China International Maternal & Child Health Development Forum Opens

A national urbanization strategy research report launched in Beijing

Second round of UNFPA-MOOC Scholarship on sexual and reproductive health


Executive Director’s Statement on the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula by

Significant gains have been made in improving sexual and reproductive health and advancing reproductive rights since the 1994 Cairo International Conference on Population and Development. But many people, especially the poor and vulnerable, still lack access to quality sexual and reproductive health services, including life-saving emergency obstetric care. Women and girls living with fistula are among the most marginalized and neglected, and the persistence of fistula is a grave illustration of serious inequalities and the denial of rights and dignity.

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