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This Situation Report highlights UNFPA's Reponse to the Humanitarian Situation in Cox's Bazar during the period of July to Sept 2020.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of August 2020. 

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The Annual Report 2019 on Obstetric Fistula in Bangladesh was developed with support from UNFPA. 

UNFPA supports the Government of Bangladesh in strengthening the Emergency Obstetric Fistula Care programme, to accelerate elimination of fistula in the country.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of July 2020.

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Global Programme to Prevent Son Preference and the Undervaluing of Girls: Improving the sex ratio at birth in select countries in Asia and the Caucasus

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This Situation Report highlights UNFPA's Reponse to the Humanitarian Situation in Cox's Bazar during the period of April to June 2020.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of June 2020.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of May 2020.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of April 2020.

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2019 was an important year for UNFPA, globally, as we commemorated two important milestones - 50 years since UNFPA was established, and re-energized commitments marking 25 years since the landmark International Conference on Population & Development (ICPD) at the Nairobi Summit.

Through the year, our results marked an increase in the access to and trust in service delivery, a trust that we treasure and will continue to carefully nurture in the next stage of our programming and in the future.

View UNFPA Bangladesh's Annual Report 2019 in an interactive format: bit.ly/2SsK37r

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