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Trainees at the clinical management of rape workshop, May 2016 ©UNFPAYemen

16 May 2016

Improving the Clinical Management of Rape Survivors

Sexual violence, such as rape is often heightening in times of conflicts.  In order to prevent and manage possible health consequences, rape survivors must have access to clinical care, including supportive counseling, as soon as possible after the incident.

28 April 2016

First ever mapping exercise of gender-based violence services in Yemen

Sana’a 28 April 2016 – UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in partnership with INTERSOS and Yemeni Women Union conducted a mapping exercise to identify active local and international actors that provide services to survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) in Yemen.

20 April 2016

Helping to expand coverage of reproductive health care in Yemen

Sana’a-20 April 2016 – As the crisis has crippled lifesaving work in most governorates in Yemen, leaving 3.4 million women and girls of reproductive age vulnerable without access to basic health services, UNFPA sends new equipment to health facilities in most conflict affected areas.


Stop gender based violence
Stop gender based violence


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