UNFPA Country Rep a.i., Mr. Barnabas Yisa
Every year on 26 September, Governments, the United Nations (UN), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) celebrate World Contraception Day to bring to the light the importance of Family Planning for improvement in the health and well-being of people, as well as for national development.
Making Headway: Consolidating Gains and Bridging Gaps
Annual Report
This report provides a summary of engagements by the UNFPA Ghana Country Office in 2021, covering all areas of the UNFPA mandate as encapsulated in the three (3) zeroes which aims at reaching: Zero Preventable Maternal Deaths Zero Unmet Need for Family Planning Zero Sexual & Gender-Based Violence and Harmful Practices  
UNFPA Supports Mercy Women’s Catholic Hospital With Fistula Repair Equipment
Obstetric fistula is a serious childbirth injury that leaves women and leaking urine, faeces or both usually due to prolonged, obstructed labour without access to timely, high-quality medical care.

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