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The UNFPA country programme in Somalia seeks to improve the overall quality of life of the Somali people. The programme contributes to the three outcomes of the United Nations Integrated Strategic Framework namely; (i) Somali people have equitable access to basic services in health, education, shelter, water and sanitation, (ii) Somali people benefit from poverty reduction through equitable economic development and decent work and (iii) Somali people live in a stable environment, where the rule of law is respected and rights-based and gendersensitive development is pursued
 

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The PESS (Population Estimation Survey in Somalia) activities have now taken a significant pace. This brief note briefly shares the progress on a number of aspects and highlight what will be done in the upcoming few months. 

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Somali religious leaders in Puntland ban all types of FGM, including ‘Sunna’

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It was in June 2012 that UNFPA took the lead to organize Population Estimation Survey of Somalia (PESS) following a request from the United Nations Country Team (UNCT). 

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The Costs and Benefits of Investing in IT Sexual and Reproductive Health2014

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Fatima Abdi Ali, 21, belongs to a very small minority of game-changers: young women activists pushing for progress in Somalia

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Gender-Based Violence (GBV) remains a serious concern, particularly for women and girls in Somalia. 

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Many individuals helped to translate the idea of conducting the Population Estimation Survey into a reality. To begin with, on behalf of the UN, we would like to express our gratitude to the Somali authorities for steering the process in such a professional manner and building consensus at every stage.

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Using performance and poetry to break the silence

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This report was produced by the Information and External Relations Division of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.

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