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Osotimehin Makes Case For Pregnant Women In Ebola-ridden Countries

Schoolgirls - Obama, Osotimehin Welcome Ceasefire Deal

United States president Barack Obama and the executive director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, have thrown their weight behind the new ceasefire deal between the federal government and the Boko Haram sect on ..., 1 month ago

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Glee star to Global Citizens: #showyourselfie

Actress Dianna Agron and Babatunde Osotimehin talk about the partnership between Global Citizen and UNFPA to encourage young people to #showyourselfie to make their
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago The Global Citizen Festival 2014: the experience  Examiner.com1 month ago World Leaders To Join Global Citizen Festival  Look to the Stars2 months ago Prime Minister Modi and Other World Leaders and Presidents to Fight for an End to Extreme Poverty by 2030  India New England2 months ago

UNFPA Welcomes News of Agreement on Chibok Girls' Release

PRWeb Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, welcomes news of a ceasefire agreement that is expected to lead to the release of the more than 200 girls who were kidnapped from the north-eastern ...
 SearchBug1 month ago Nigeria: UNFPA Welcomes Agreement On Chibok Girls' Release  AllAfrica.com1 month ago World's 1.8 Billion Young Can Propel Socioeconomic Development: New UNFPA Report Shows Young People are our Future  Sudan Vision Daily3 hours ago Liberia: World's 1.8 Billion Young People Can Propel Development  AllAfrica.com1 day ago

How Young Africans Can Create Jobs

Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, executive director of the United Nations Population Fund, tells AllAfrica's Tami Hultman why and how young Africans can drive the continent and its economy upward and forward. He was interviewed on the "State of the World ...
 AllAfrica.com4 days ago Creative Young Innovators Need Schools [interview]  Individual.com4 days ago How Young Africans Can Create Jobs [interview]  Individual.com4 days ago
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BABATUNDE OSOTIMEHIN & CHRIS ELIAS: Tanzania can accelerate family planning access

>For the past two years, the global community has been reaffirming its commitment towards an ambitious and important goal: to ensure that, by 2020, 120 million more women and girls in the world's poorest countries are able to decide freely and for ...
 Tanzania Citizen2 weeks ago Buoyed By Recent Progress, Ethiopia Can Accelerate Family Planning Access  AllAfrica.com1 week ago RI can speed up family planning access  Jakarta Post2 weeks ago Access to Contraceptives Improving in Poor Countries, Report Finds  Philanthropy News Digest2 weeks ago

SA: Bathabile Dlamini: Address by Minister of Social Development, on the occasion of the United Nations General Assembly on the commission on population and development on harnessing the demographic dividend and ensuring universal access to sexual and rep

Chairperson, Ambassador Mamabolo; Your Excellency President Chissano; Dr Babatunde Osotimehin; Dr Bience Gawanas; I also wish to acknowledge the presence of my Special Advisor, Mr Zane Dangor, and colleagues from the South African government: ... months ago Minister Bathabile Dlamini: United Nations General Assembly on sexual and reproductive health in Africa  Noodls2 months ago Sexual, Reproductive Rights Essential To Sustainable Development, UNFPA Head Says  Kaiser Network.org1 month ago Sexual & Reproductive Rights are Human Rights, Says UNFPA Head  Inter Press Service1 month ago

Countries urged to reap the "demographic dividend"

22 Sep 2014 Listen / Babatunde Osotimehin. UN Photo/Kim Haughton Governments around the world have been urged to take advantage of what has been described as "a demographic dividend" of declining fertility by investing in young ...
 United Nations Multimedia2 months ago

Empowering adolescent girls: ending the cycle of violence

13/10/2014 09:26 Asia-Plus Views: 194 DUSHANBE, October 13, 2014, Asia-Plus A message released by Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, UNFPA Executive Director, on October 11 on the occasion of the International Day of the Girl Child, in particular, ...
 Asia Plus1 month ago Africa: Empowering Adolescent Girls - Ending Cycle of Violence  AllAfrica.com1 month ago Empowering Adolescent Girls - Ending Cycle of Violence [document]  Individual.com1 month ago Population Ageing Is a Triumph of Development  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

Investments for world's adolescents

UNFPA report calls for right investments for world's adolescents - The world's 1.8 billion adolescents can help to propel their countries economies, provided governments invest in their education, health care and create jobs for them, according to a ...
 Afrique En Ligne2 days ago UN UNITED NATIONS : With right investments, world's adolescents can help economies soar UN report  4 Traders4 days ago With Right Investments, World's Adolescents Can Help Economies Soar - UN Report  Individual.com3 days ago
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UN raises alarm on global youth unemployment crisis

Governments should invest in education and health care for young people to confront a growing youth unemployment crisis and improve living standards worldwide, a new United Nations report says. The number of young people has reached a record high ...
 Globe and Mail4 days ago
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