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Looks like these young people in Benin have that #FridayFeeling. Share this photo if you do too!

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Together with the +The Carter Center, UNFPA Liberia supported the creation of the first-ever National #Youth Manifesto in Liberia: http://bit.ly/2r1ydVb

#GlobalGoals

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Meet the brave women who are working to STOP gender-based violence in #Myanmar: http://bit.ly/2rUCvLk

#WCW #ENDViolence #GlobalGoals

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"When she arrived, she had been in labour for almost four days." – Alexina, a midwife deployed with UNFPA South Sudan through +United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme, shares a personal story of a woman who got pregnant and developed fistula: http://bit.ly/2q7eTXi

#EndFistula #GlobalGoals

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Micheline developed fistula during an obstructed labour at age 16. Today, on the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula, see how she is helping other women with fistula get treatment: bit.ly/2q9MVpL

#EndFistula #WomensHealth #GlobalGoals
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"I want to be an example to many that this condition can be cured," says Nachilango, who lived with fistula for 46 years before finally receiving treatment thanks to UNFPA Malawi: http://bit.ly/2rqNbEE

#EndFistula #WomensHealth #GlobalGoals

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For millions of girls around the world, education = hope. Tell us what #EducationMeans to you!

#GlobalGoals
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We agree with the +World Health Organization that young people can change the world for good. Together, we are calling on world leaders to make more investments in the education and empowerment of the world's 1.8 billion youth: http://bit.ly/2qlF8Yq

#Youth #GenerationNOW #GlobalGoals 
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Meet Alexina, a UNFPA-supported midwife in South Sudan. She is taking part in the +United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme and saving the lives of women and newborns.

#SouthSudan #Humanitarian #CallTheMidwife

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"Becoming a #mother was always a dream. But I never expected it to happen in these circumstances," says Fatima, who gave birth to her son Jad in conflict-affected #Syria: http://bit.ly/2pGAAIu

#MothersDay #Motherhood
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