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13/12/2018

Coalition of People Against SGBV and Harmful Practices (CoPASH) is an initiative supported by UNFPA Ghana with H.E Samira Bawumia, wife of the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana as the convener. The initiative is expected to bring to the limelight the increasing incidence of SGBV/HPs and highlight the negative effects and consequences of the phenomenon on the economy and national development and indicate government’s commitment at the highest level to prevent and respond in a holistic manner.

13/12/2018

In collaboration with the African Union, and with the kind support of the government of Ghana, UNFPA facilitated the Second Meeting of the African Population Experts Committee from the 2nd to the 5th of October, 2018

13/12/2018

COPASH (Coalition of People Against SGBV and Harmful Practices) advocacy effort to help mobilize support for the DOVVSU One-Stop Shop to facilitate the provision of coordinated response to SGBV/HPs

29/11/2018

The State of World Population report 2013 by UNFPA expounds Motherhood in childhood as a huge global problem, especially in developing countries, where every day 20,000 girls below age 18 give birth. This problem exists in Ghana hence this documentary to bring out the realities on the ground. It is also to find out what the challenges of adolescent pregnancy are and what can be done to ensure girls have a healthy and safe transition into adulthood. Clearly, giving birth at 18 means these girls were already into motherhood as children.

29/11/2018

Faith Based Organisations discussing issues on family planning.

29/11/2018

Joy FM Documentary on Obstetric Fistula

29/11/2018

The United Nations Envoy on Youth Ms. Jayathma Wickramanayake of Sri Lanka on a day’s visit to Ghana to leverage support for vulnerable young girls and women by engaging partners to learn about the interventions they are running whilst also meeting with key beneficiaries to get an understanding of the issues and challenges they face.

29/11/2018

Teenage Mothers Sharifa returns to school after giving birth. Discussions with focus on education

29/11/2018

Continuation of Teenage Mothers . Sharifa returns to school after giving birth. Discussions with focus on health

 

29/11/2018

We know it can be prevented and treated, yet thousands of our women continue to be cast away from their communities to suffer alone for trying to give life. Something that is not their fault. The subject of Obstetric Fistula is a sad, shameful and isolated life of over two million women around the world who today live with fistula.We know it can be prevented and treated, yet thousands of our women continue to be cast away from their communities to suffer alone for trying to give life. Something that is not their fault. The subject of Obstetric Fistula is a sad, shameful and isolated life of over two million women around the world who today live with fistula.

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