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Joint message of Dr. Babatunde Osotomehin, Executive Director of UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund, and Agneta S. Bridges, Secretary General, ICM, International Confederation of Midwives International Day of the Midwife, 5 May 2012

Investing in Midwifery Pays

On this International Day of the Midwife, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund and ICM, the International Confederation of Midwives, commend the important work of midwives in promoting good health and making pregnancies and childbirths safe.

The right to health is a basic human right that every woman should enjoy. Yet, every day, almost 1000 women die in pregnancy and childbirth. Every year, 8 million women suffer serious pregnancy-related illnesses and disabilities, such as obstetric fistula, and 2 million babies don’t survive the first 24 hours of their lives. One of the main causes for these tragedies is lack of access to maternity services, including the care of midwives or others with midwifery skills at childbirth.

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WOMEN ARE THE FABRIC REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FOR COMMUNITIES IN CRISIS

Women are the fabric that holds families and communities together.

Everywhere in the world, women weave and mend the social fabric of our communities. When emergencies strike, women overcome immense obstacles to provide care and safety for others – even as their own vulnerability to poverty, malnutrition, sexual violence and exploitation, sexually transmitted infections, unplanned pregnancy and unassisted childbirth increases.
In Northern Kenya, during the famine that struck the Horn of Africa, I met Hawa Ali who was pregnant with triplets. Suffering from
malnutrition, 27-year-old Hawa had been in a UNFPA-supported maternity shelter for four months because of the high risks
associated with her pregnancy. Thanks to this shelter, Hawa was able to deliver safely and receive the postnatal care she needed.

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Empower Rural Women – End Hunger and Poverty Message of Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, UNFPA Executive Director, for International Women’s Day, 8 March 2012

babatunde officiaToday, on International Women’s Day, UNFPA renews its commitment to gender equality and human rights and dignity.
Many rural women have limited autonomy and low status, which puts them at increased risk of hunger, gender-based violence and other human rights violations. Advancing rural women’s political, social and economic status are vital ends in themselves as well as critical strategies to eradicate poverty, promote women’s rights and pave the way for sustainable development.
Improving access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights is essential for rural women’s empowerment and ability to earn an income and feed themselves and their family. When women can make free and informed choices in all spheres of life, including marriage and number and spacing of their children, they can reach their full potential and further contribute to the development of their communities and nations.

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UNFPA Response to the Humanitarian Crisis Tunisia 2011

During the Libyan crisis, thousands of TNC refugees fled across the southern borders of Tunisia and has settled in Choucha camp. UNFPA was present on the borders since March 2011. After rapid needs assessments and in coordination with international and national agencies, UNFPA has settled a contingency plan to face the crisis. A task force has been deployed to the south at the early stage of the crisis until the recovery. UNFPA has:

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Crise Humanitaire au niveau des frontieres Tuniso - Libyennes

Suite à la crise libyenne survenue en février 2011, la frontière Tuniso- Libyenne de Ras Jdir a vu un afflux important de réfugiés de toutes nationalités et l’installation de camps à 7 Kms de la frontière par les autorités tunisiennes en coordination avec des ONG internationales et locales. Environ 17000 réfugiés ont traversé les frontières au début de la crise.

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