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21/06/2020

Today we celebrate #WorldRefugeeDay, a day to commemorate the courage and resilience of refugees and remember that we all have an important role to play in fulfilling the rights of refugees! This is why, today we, #UNFPA #Iran and our #UN sisters show solidarity with the refugees and pay tribute to their strength.

#UNHCR’s annual Global Trends report shows that an unprecedented 79.5 million were displaced as of the end of 2019; it represents the entire population of #Iran! We have not seen a higher total as of now.

Afghanistan, our neighboring country, is one of the five countries that represents two-thirds of the displaced across borders: Syria, Venezuela, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Myanmar. This is why UNFPA Iran likes to pay tribute today to all the Afghan women and girls who have been forced to flee their country and appriciate the Iranian government and the Iranian people for warmly welcoming them and offering them the opportunity to live a decent life. 

The story of Masoumeh Nategh is a concrete story when we join the efforts and work together #UNFPAIRAN #IUMS #MOHME #ItalyinIran we make the difference.

On World Refugee Day, UNFPA Iran reaffirms its commitment to work with our national and international partners in the Islamic Republic of Iran to ensure that refugees have access to, are provided with maternal and reproductive health services and protected from gender-based violence. Every action counts.

#WorldRefugeeDay

09/03/2020

Women health workers are critical in the effort to contain COVID-19 in Iran. Listen as they speak about their courage, sacrifice and gender-equal role as frontline responders to the public health crisis. This International Women's Day, UNFPA honours the work of all women health workers.

 

 

09/03/2020

Nurses and doctors are on the frontlines of fighting the coronavirus outbreak in Iran.  They are critical in the effort to contain COVID-19 in Iran. Listen as they speak about their courage, sacrifice and gender-equal role as frontline responders to the public health crisis. This International Women's Day, UNFPA honours the work of all women health workers.

13/03/2019

UNFPA Iran Country office presents My Life, My Health, My Choice - a special campaign where we introduce you to remarkable women here in Iran who have taken control of their health, well-being, and future.

At UNFPA, we believe a woman’s well-being, dignity, and future are directly connected to her reproductive health, rights, and choice.

We believe women have the right to access reproductive health services.

Women have the right to choose when to have children, how many children to have, and whether they want to pursue a career.

When women are empowered to take control of their health, well-being and future, the outcome is a stronger female labor force, a better economy, and a healthier society.

In part five of our campaign, we meet two of those empowered women – Zahra Eftekhari

    

12/03/2019

UNFPA Iran Country office presents My Life, My Health, My Choice - a special campaign where we introduce you to remarkable women here in Iran who have taken control of their health, well-being, and future.

At UNFPA, we believe a woman’s well-being, dignity, and future are directly connected to her reproductive health, rights, and choice.

We believe women have the right to access reproductive health services.

Women have the right to choose when to have children, how many children to have, and whether they want to pursue a career.

When women are empowered to take control of their health, well-being and future, the outcome is a stronger female labor force, a better economy, and a healthier society.

In part four of our campaign, we meet two of those empowered women – Dolatshahi Sisters

11/03/2019

UNFPA Iran Country office presents My Life, My Health, My Choice - a special campaign where we introduce you to remarkable women here in Iran who have taken control of their health, well-being, and future.

At UNFPA, we believe a woman’s well-being, dignity, and future are directly connected to her reproductive health, rights, and choice.

We believe women have the right to access reproductive health services.

Women have the right to choose when to have children, how many children to have, and whether they want to pursue a career.

When women are empowered to take control of their health, well-being and future, the outcome is a stronger female labor force, a better economy, and a healthier society.

In part three of our campaign, we meet one of those empowered women – Mahvash Asgari

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