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As UNFPA marks the implementation of the first year of its eighth country programme (2016/17-2020/21) in Tanzania, it does so in a country that is experiencing change. Tanzania is moving steadily towards middle-income status, and changes in the population structure have resulted in a very youthful population. Sustainable development can only be achieved if it is inclusive, leaving no one behind.

UNFPA Tanzania's five-year programme (2016-2021) supports the Government of Tanzania’s second Five-Year Development Plan (FYDP II 2016-2022) and the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar’s Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty III, 2016-2020 (MKUZA III) in alignment with the National Visions (the Tanzania Development Vision 2025 and Zanzibar Vision 2020).

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Access to voluntary family planning allows women and men to secure their reproductive rights to decide freely, and for themselves, whether, when, and how many children they want to have.

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An overview of child marriage in Tanzania.

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An overview of teenage pregnancy in Tanzania.

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Not so long ago, most people had large families: five children, on average. Where once there was one global fertility rate, today there are many, with differences wider than at any point in human history.

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UN Kigoma Joint Programme

The Kigoma Joint Programme is an area-based UN joint-programme that cuts across multiple sectors to improve development and human security in Kigoma.

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FGM Good Practices Mara Region

UNFPA’s FGM programme engages with relevant government ministries and NGOs to adopt a rights-based approach to end FGM.

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Data from the 2010 Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey (TDHS).
 
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Data from the 2010 Tanzania  Demographic and Health Survey (TDHS).
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