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1 March 2016
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On the move: A new mobile clinic reaches refugee women in the Balkans

TABANOVCE, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – On a bleak, cold day in late February, hundreds of refugees, bundled in winter coats and carrying bulging bags and baskets, stream into the... Read more

29 February 2016
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On the move: A new mobile clinic reaches refugee women in the Balkans

TABANOVCE, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – On a bleak, cold day in late February, hundreds of refugees, bundled in winter coats and carrying bulging bags and baskets, stream into the... Read more

23 February 2016
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Successful roll-out of the mobile gynecological clinics

The mobile gynecological clinic donated to the Ministry of Health by UNFPA started with operation today at Tabanovce transit center in Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. UNFPA has supported the... Read more

29 December 2015
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Donation by the UNFPA to the Ministry of Health in order to strengthen the national health system to help with the refugee/migrant crisis

The UNFPA Country office in Skopje within the national response to the humanitarian refugee and migrant crises, according to the findings of the Ministry of Health's rapid assessment, purchased and... Read more

12 November 2015
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УНФПА - обука за минимален основен пакет на услуги за сексуално и репродуктивно здравје во услови на криза

Од 12-14 ноември во Скопје, Канцеларијата на Фондот за население на обединетите нации заедно со Х.Е.Р.А. организираше обука за минимален основен пакет на услуги за сексуално и репродуктивно здравје... Read more

5 October 2015
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UNFPA delivers

UNFPA CO in Skopje response to refugee/migrant crises in Balkan region UNFPA CO Skopje at "Vinojug Transit Center - Gevgelija" delivered 200 dignity kits for women refugees/migrants (underwear,... Read more

28 September 2015
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Empowered girls can change the world, say UNFPA head and Ashley Judd

The most vulnerable are adolescent girls. Adolescent girls get married early too often in many parts of the world. Sometimes they’re not even counted,” said Dr. Osotimehin. “They have children too... Read more

25 September 2015
Press Release

As Europe’s refugee crisis worsens, thousands of women and girls on the move urgently need reproductive health care

UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK/ISTANBUL – With hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants moving from Greece through the Balkans to reach Western and Northern Europe, the countries along the transit... Read more

6 March 2015
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Flooding in the Balkans leaves stagnant water, hygiene needs

SKOPJE/MOGILA, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – When heavy storms hit the southern Balkans in late January, the village of Mogila 'became like Venice', according to 70-year-old resident... Read more

2 January 2013
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Breaking the Chains of Poverty in the Macedonian Roma Community

SKOPJE, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia — Here in the capital city, people enjoy the life of a modern Europe. But just an hour's drive away, on its outskirts lies Shutto Orizari, a derelict... Read more

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