From funding to financing - a business case for family planning in Pakistan
Recognizing the stagnated modern Contraceptive Prevalence Rate and the high unmet need for family planning, Pakistan has made a series of policy and programme interventions at the national and sub-national levels since...
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Ms. Shoko Arakaki, Director of UNFPA’s Humanitarian Office in Geneva visited Pakistan to renew UNFPA’s support and commitment to ensure that reproductive health, rights and protection of women and girls from gender-based violence is a key priority in preparedness and response to emergencies, to which Pakistan is prone.
“The sad demise of my dear friend due to lack of knowledge and inadequate medical facilities during childbirth motivated me to become a change maker and work for a society that does not consider subjects like reproductive and sexual health as taboo,” says Joshua Dilawar, a member of the National Youth Council from Lahore.

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