“It is more important than ever to have young people at the table, bringing their perspectives and ideas,” said Andrea Wojnar, UNFPA Representative in Mozambique, during the launch of DIKA, a mobile application for young people at the launch of the app on 21 June. The even was led by the Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Ana Flavia de Azinheira.
Media in Malawi have committed to ensuring the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) agenda is kept in the public domain by writing a greater number of articles about the issues. This was said during a media briefing session in Lilongwe on what has changed since the 1994 Cairo promise.
Despite remarkable gains in ensuring rights and choices in Angola, there is still a long way to go, said UNFPA Representative in Angola, Florbela Fernandes. The struggle will continue until women and girls everywhere are healthy, able to exercise choices and have control over their futures.


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