Ensuring reproductive rights for all


7 August 2018

No woman should die giving birth

Giving birth in Simiyu Region is a painful ordeal that many women have to endure. Long distances to health facilities, poor infrastructure including a lack of equipment, and a shortage of qualified staff mean that many...

18 July 2018

Closing remarks: UNFPA Deputy Representative On the Occasion of “An Evening with Champions Active to End #FGM.”

It is estimated that one in ten women living in Tanzania today has undergone female genital mutilation (FGM) and as the population of Tanzania is young, more young girls are at risk of FGM today than ever before.

International and national agencies come together to intensify efforts to eliminate FGM

18 July 2018

Intensifying efforts to end female genital mutilation

UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, together with the European Union Delegation to Tanzania, the High Commission of Canada, the Embassy of Ireland, the Embassy of the Netherlands and the...


UNFPA's success in Tanzania
UNFPA's success in Tanzania


UN Kigoma Joint Programme
The Kigoma Joint Programme is an area-based UN joint-programme that cuts across multiple...
An overview of FGM in Tanzania.

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