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هذا الفيلم مبني قصة حقيقية لإحدى الناجيات من ناسور الولادة والتي عولجت بنجاح في وحدة ناسور الولادة التي يدعمها صندوق الأمم المتحدة للسكان في اليمن.


This year, on 19 August, World Humanitarian Day, UNFPA calls on the public to recognize the extraordinary sacrifices and tireless service of these real-life heroes. Khadeeja Qasem is one of them. She is a midwife in war-torn Yemen, where health facilities have been damaged, and many health staff are going without pay. “Besides the conflict and displacement, coronavirus is spreading, too,” she says.



Women in Yemen are joining the fight against COVID-19 to protect their family members and communities by spearheading a local effort to produce face masks at UNFPA-supported safe spaces; helping to fill a major shortage of face masks in the local market.


Steps for mothers with disabilities to protect themselves and their newborns from the corona virus while pregnant or lactating.


Sabah shares the hardship of displacement and the choices women of childbearing have to make as COVID-19 ravages Yemen.


Highlights of how generous contributions are helping UNFPA to save millions of lives of women and girls in Yemen. 


Reporting on gender-based violence is likely to be one of the most challenging assignments even for the most experienced and senior journalist. This short film introduces the key nine principles that any journalist needs to know while reporting on Gender-based Violence.

عادة ما يكون كتابة التقاريرالصحفية المتعلقة بقضايا العنف القائم على النوع الإجتماعي من أكثر المهام صعوبة حتى بالنسبة للصحفي المخضرم و الأكثر خبرة . هذا الفيلم القصير يسلط الضوء على المبادئ التسعة الرئيسية التي يحتاج أي صحفي إلى معرفتها أثناء كتابة التقارير الصحفية الخاصة بقضايا العنف القائم على النوع الإجتماعي.


It's lifeless for obstetric fistula patients until a glimpse of light hits and restores colours back into their souls. This film is based on a true story of an obstetric fistula survivor who was successfully treated at UNFPA-supported fistula unit in Yemen.


The Nairobi Statement was formulated after six months of global consultations led by the International Steering Committee on ICPD25, with hundreds of organizations and thousands of people involved. It provides a global framework for the formulation of government and partner commitments. Since it is non-binding, countries and other stakeholders may choose to support the Nairobi Statement in its entirety, in part, or not at all. In no way does supporting the Nairobi Statement infringe upon national sovereignty.





UNFPA's humanitarian programmes are closing down as funding run's out. UNFPA is calling for urgent funding to save the lives of women and girls in Yemen