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Fact Sheet on Mentorship

Launched in April 2015, the Afya Bora ya Mama na Mtoto Project (Accelerating Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in Zanzibar) is a joint UNFPA-UNICEF programme supported by Global Affairs Canada, in partnership with  the Ministry of Health Zanzibar, to improve maternal and child health outcomes.

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Fact Sheet on Task Shifting

UNFPA Tanzania, under the Afya Bora ya Mama na Mtoto Project (Accelerating Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in Zanzibar), which is a joint UNFPA-UNICEF programme supported by Global Affairs Canada, is working with the Ministry of Health, Zanzibar, to increase both the quantity and quality of the workforce available to provide comprehensive emergency obstetric newborn care (CeMONC) in Zanzibar.

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Fact Sheet on Family Planning

An overview of Family planning.

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UNFPA Tanzania Annual Report 2018

2018 was a year of expansion for UNFPA in Tanzania. We continue to put the most vulnerable and marginalized at the forefront of our efforts, including those in fragile settings, in support of Tanzania’s vision and priorities.

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Kamili!

Welcome to the first edition of Kamili! 

 

Join us in looking back over the year’s events where government took the lead to accelerate efforts to end FGM at the policy level; anti-FGM Tanzanian activities took centre stage at the international level; and organizations and individuals maintained dialogues with a wide range of community members to commit them to abandoning this harmful practice.

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UNFPA Tanzania Annual Report 2017

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.

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Fact Sheet on Family Planning

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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Fact Sheet on Child Marriage

An overview of child marriage in Tanzania.

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Fact Sheet on Teenage Pregnancy

An overview of teenage pregnancy in Tanzania.

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The Power of Choice: Reproductive Rights and the Demographic Transition

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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