Vídeo

29/11/2013

Since 1999, Senegal passed a law prohibiting the practice of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) with sentences ranging from 6 months to 5 years. Thousands of villages have made public declarations of abandonment (4723 out of 5000 where FGM/C is practiced). The country's target is "zero excision" in 2015.

09/04/2014

Les femmes victimes de la fistule obstétricale sont souvent abandonnés à cause de l'odeur d'urines jugée insupportable par le mari ou les membres de la famille. dans des nombreuses communautés, elles sont mises en marge de la société.

Au Niger, nombres femmes souffrent encore de la fistule obstétricale qui constitue un véritable problème social et de santé publique.

Ce film documentaire, nous fait découvrir ses causes et ses conséquences, ainsi que les actions que l'UNFPA mène pour faire face à ce fléau, en appuyant le gouvernement du Niger

09/04/2014

Women victims of obstetric fistula are very often abandoned by their husbands and their families because of the strong urine stench. In some communities, they are stigmatised and marginalized from society.

In Niger, many women suffer from obstetric fistula. This condition is a social as well as public health issue.

This documentary film takes us through the causes and consequences as well as the actions that UNFPA has invested in, in support of the Government of Niger, to prevent and treat this condition, and to reintegrate its sufferers.

17/09/2014

UNFPA' s Regional Office for West and Central Africa (French version)

17/09/2014

UNFPA' s Regional Office for West and Central Africa (English version)

09/02/2014

Contact tracing is very important to combat the Ebola outbreak

09/12/2014

On 26 November 2014, taking the opportunity of the launch in Addis-Ababa of the African Health Stat Data Platform by the African Union Commission (AUC), UNFPA Regional Director for West and Central Africa, Benoit Kalasa, in a video message congratulated AUC for its leadership in the Campaign on Accelerated reduction of maternal, newborn and child mortality in Africa (CARMMA) and the new dynamic online data platform.

27/01/2015

L'assistance apportée par l'UNFPA aux réfugiés et victimes d'inondations au Burkina Faso. 175 personnes ressources ont été formées à la mise en oeuvre de services de santé sexuelle et reproductive. En situation de crise, elles peuvent être déployées sur l'ensemble du territoire et ont déjà porté assistance à plus de 3500 femmes.

27/01/2015

UNFPA assists refugees and the flood victims in Burkina Faso.
175 people were trained to implement sexual and reproductive health services. They can offer valuable assistance in a crisis situation throughout the national territory. They have already assisted more than 3,500

03/02/2015

De 2012 à 2014, l'UNFPA et ses partenaires au Burkina Faso ont assisté les réfugiés maliens afin de prévenir les violences basées sur le genre (VBG) et prendre en charge les victimes
Plus de 50 000 personnes ont pu être touchées par les activités de sensibilisation menées sur les VBG.

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