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UNFPA- ICPD25 Profile

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UNFPA is the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency. Our mission is to deliver a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person's potential is fulfilled ensuring rights and choices for all. Alligned with the post-2015 development agenda and the global framework of the Sustainable Develppment Goals, UNFPA expands the possibilities for womn and young people to lead healthy and productive lives.

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Post-partum contraception - Brochure

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Pregnancy is a unique experience for every woman. It is the joy one experiences before giving birth to a child. You can give joy to you and your family including newborn by keeping optimum spacing between your children.

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Frequently Asked Questions about DMPA (Depot Medroxy Progesterone Acetate) - Hindi

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The Government of India introduced three new contraceptives in its public health system in 2016. UNFPA India has been assisting the Government of India in roll out of new contraceptives, including injectable contraceptives, and in ensuring high-quality services. This publication has been developed to address the questions frequently asked by health providers and managers on injectable contraceptives (DMPA).

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Frequently Asked Questions by ASHAs about DMPA (Depot Medroxy Progesterone Acetate) - Hindi

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Government of India introduced three new contraceptives in its public health system in 2016. UNFPA India has been assisting the Government of India in roll out of new contraceptives, including injectable contraceptives, and in ensuring high quality services. This publication has been developed to address the questions frequently asked by ASHAs or similar level front line health worker or volunteer on injectable contraceptives (DMPA).

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Post-partum contraception - Brochure (Hindi)

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Pregnancy is a unique experience for every woman. It is the joy one experiences before giving birth to a child. You can give joy to you and your family including newborn by keeping optimum spacing between your children.

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Case Law regarding medical evidence in relation to sexual violence

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This compilation is a training tool to inform health care providers regarding the relevance of medical evidence in relation to sexual violence. It is an outcome of the series of capacity building programs organized for medical professionals on provision of medico-legal care of survivors of sexual violence. Through precedent setting cases, the booklet aims to inform health care providers understand the relevance of medical examination and collection of evidence

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Political and Social Economy of Sex Selection' undertaken by CWDS for UNFPA

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UNFPA partnered with Centre for Women’s Development Studies (CWDS) to explore the current situation in select sites in Haryana and Maharashtra, with different histories of sex selection, in order to get a better sense of what is changing and why.

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Frequently Asked Questions by ASHAs about DMPA (Depot Medroxy Progesterone Acetate)

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Government of India introduced three new contraceptives in its public health system in 2016. UNFPA India has been assisting the Government of India in roll out of new contraceptives, including injectable contraceptives, and in ensuring high quality services. This publication has been developed to address the questions frequently asked by ASHAs or similar level front line health worker or volunteer on injectable contraceptives (DMPA).

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Frequently Asked Questions about DMPA (Depot Medroxy Progesterone Acetate)

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The Government of India introduced three new contraceptives in its public health system in 2016. UNFPA India has been assisting the Government of India in rollout of new contraceptives, including injectable contraceptives, and in ensuring high-quality services. This publication has been developed to address the questions frequently asked by health providers and managers on injectable contraceptives (DMPA).

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Girl's empowerment and well-being: A pathway to sustainable and smart cities

Girl's empowerment and well-being: A pathway to sustainable and smart cities

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UNFPA and SNEHA were involved in an 18 month long journey with young adolescent girls from the slum communities of Kalwa in the Thane district of Maharashtra. This document  attempts to celebrate the spirit of that journey by sharing the processes involved and the innovations and stories of change that emerged at the individual level. The stories compiled are those where girls have felt empowered, stories where girls experienced joy and happiness, tales where they have made an attempt to bring about small changes in the community and have become agents of change. These stories were collected in the last four months of the programme, between January and April 2018. Some of these are about lives of individuals while others are based on discussions with small groups of girls.
These narratives aim to bring out the processes involved in implementing the programme. Consent of individuals was sought to include their stories, quotes and pictures.

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