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2021 Annual Report

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The UNFPA Country Office in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is pleased to share with you the 2021 Annual Report - "The latest evidence to accelerate the three transformative results”. This report highlights key achievements and deliverables towards achieving the transformative results in DRC.

 

The 2021 Annual report shares insight into UNFPA’s support to the Government of the DRC towards building resilience in the humanitarian context and ensuring continuity of integrated Sexual Reproductive health right and GBV services.

 

Our thanks go to all the partners who have contributed to making the achievements/results made in 2021 possible.

 

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State of World Population 2021 report

State of World Population Report

The State of World Population 2021 report “My body is my own: Claiming the right to autonomy and self-determination” launches 14 April.

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My Body Is My Own

State of World Population Report

We have the inherent right to choose what we do with our body, to ensure its protection and care, to pursue its expression. The quality of our lives depends on it. In fact, our lives themselves depend on it. 

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CPD UNFPA

Country programme document for Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Country programme document for Democratic Republic of the Congo

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UNFPA DRC 2019 Annual Report

Annual Report

In this results based report, we focus on the UNFPA Strategic Plan three transformative results, and also share how we conceptualized the 10 years old girl, and the youth peace and security (SCR 2250) in our context in DRC. We also share the transformational innovation (humanitarian midwifery surge) that was instrumental to our fit-for-purpose in the DRC protracted humanitarian setting.

2019 was a special year for us in many ways as we all celebrated ICPD@25, UNFPA@50, and recorded 30% increase in new acceptors for family planning, 22% increase in fistula repairs, 36% increase in medical and psychological support to GBV survivors compared to 2018. We hope readers will get a sense of how we planted the seeds for the decade of action towards 2030.

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GUIDANCE TO OFFERING FP AND STI / HIV IN ADVANCED STRATEGY IN CONTEXT COVID-19

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This guidance is intended for field supervisors, site managers and public health personnel, as well as national and local governments and the wider humanitarian community working in humanitariansituations who are involved in the decision making and implementation of multi-sectorial COVID-19 outbreak readiness and response activities – the guidance will be useful for all activated Humanitarian Clusters and their partners

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UNFPA interventions in response to the COVID-19

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In times of crisis like that of the COVID-19 pandemic, the risk of maternal and newborn mortality is higher. Urgent interventions in this domain can make the difference between life and death for
pregnant mothers and their newborns. Pregnant and lactating mothers as well as health personnel who assist them to deliver under good conditions (so that no woman should die while giving life) such as midwives, nurses, doctors and anesthetists must be at the center of all response efforts.

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Major results UNFPA 2019

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Major results UNFPA DRC 2019

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Flyer : Joint united nations program to End gender-based violence: justice, Empowerment and dignity (jad) of Women and girls in the DRC

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Joint united nations program to End gender-based violence: justice, Empowerment and dignity (jad) of Women and girls in the DRCThe joint program aims to contribute to the prevention of genderbased
violence (GBV) in the DRC through the adoption of sociocultural
attitudes and norms that respect gender equality and the provision
of quality and holistic care to survivors. The programme strengthens
coordination at national level with a view to ensuring government and
community ownership and accountability.

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Ebola Newsletter

Newsletter

How UNFPA contributes to the response to EVD in the DRC

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