Ha Noi, 10 July 2015
– As the world prepares to observe World Population Day on July 11th, UNFPA calls for the international community to double efforts to protect the health and rights of women and girls during conflicts and humanitarian disasters.
A recent United Nations report warns that the number of forcibly displaced people has risen to a record number – almost 60 million at the end of 2014. Among these, most women and adolescent girls face particular threats as a result of the absence of health and other essential services that they need.
HA NOI, 29 June 2015
– The first-ever National Youth Report was launched today in Ha Noi by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) with technical support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Viet Nam. This report demonstrates the Government's commitment in addressing youth concerns and youth issues in the country.
Ho Chi Minh city, 17 June 2015
- “There is no need for Viet Nam to continue with the policy on fertility reduction or population control. It is now the time for Viet Nam to shift its population policy’s focus from birth control to more holistic integration of population variables into development planning”, this is the key finding from the Policy dialogue on Population and Sustainable development in Viet Nam co-organised by of Viet Nam’s Fatherland Front (VFF) and UNFPA in Viet Nam held in Ho Chi Minh city on 17 June 2015.