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UNFPA

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), formerly the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, is a UN organization. The UNFPA says it "is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young persons potential is fulfilled." Their work involves the improvement of reproductive health; including creation of national strategies and protocols, and providing supplies and services. Wikipedia

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The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), formerly the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, is a UN organization. The UNFPA says it "is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young persons potential is fulfilled." Their work involves the improvement of reproductive health; including creation of national strategies and protocols, and providing supplies and services. Wikipedia

  • Mother and child. Safe and sound. Motherhood should be a time of joy and celebration, but for several thousands of #Rohingya women who are pregnant or new mothers and fleeing violence in #Myanmar, this has become a time of pain and suffering. At Balukhali #refugee camp in #Bangladesh, we are working tirelessly to make motherhood safer for Rohingya women and their babies. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh/Naymuzzaman Prince #MotherhoodThroughInstagram #Motherhood #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh
  • Whats the word for family in your language? Two sons hug their mother as their #family reunites after being separated for two months. On 25 August, this #Rohingya family had to instantly leave their homes in #Myanmar when their entire village was set on fire. Exactly two weeks ago today, they reunited as refugees in #Bangladesh. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh/Naymuzzaman Prince #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh
  • Safe in his mothers hands This #Rohingya baby was born at a UNFPA hospital at Balukhali refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh, where we are working around the clock to urgently meet the reproductive health needs of pregnant women and new mothers. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh/Naymuzzaman Prince #MotherhoodThroughInstagram #Motherhood #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh
  • These #Rohingya refugee mothers traveled for several days from Myanmar to bring their children to safety in Bangladesh. At our women-friendly spaces, which some refugees have called shanti ghar (a safe haven), we are providing refugee women and girls with a range of services, including referrals to health care and counseling. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh

Mother and child. Safe and sound. Motherhood should be a time of joy and celebration, but for several thousands of #Rohingya women who are pregnant or new mothers and fleeing violence in #Myanmar, this has become a time of pain and suffering. At Balukhali #refugee camp in #Bangladesh, we are working tirelessly to make motherhood safer for Rohingya women and their babies. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh/Naymuzzaman Prince #MotherhoodThroughInstagram #Motherhood #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh

Whats the word for family in your language? Two sons hug their mother as their #family reunites after being separated for two months. On 25 August, this #Rohingya family had to instantly leave their homes in #Myanmar when their entire village was set on fire. Exactly two weeks ago today, they reunited as refugees in #Bangladesh. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh/Naymuzzaman Prince #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh

Safe in his mothers hands This #Rohingya baby was born at a UNFPA hospital at Balukhali refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh, where we are working around the clock to urgently meet the reproductive health needs of pregnant women and new mothers. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh/Naymuzzaman Prince #MotherhoodThroughInstagram #Motherhood #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh

These #Rohingya refugee mothers traveled for several days from Myanmar to bring their children to safety in Bangladesh. At our women-friendly spaces, which some refugees have called shanti ghar (a safe haven), we are providing refugee women and girls with a range of services, including referrals to health care and counseling. Photo: UNFPA Bangladesh #WithRefugees #Refugees #RefugeesWelcome #WomensHealth #WomensRights #HumanRights #GlobalGoals #UNFPA #UnitedNations #Portrait #PortraitPhotography #MakePortraits #Portraits #EverydayEverywhere #EverydayAsia #Bangladesh

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