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Development cooperation, 12/13/2016

UNFPA Somalia Wellbeing of Women and Girls

Description

The overall objective of UN Population Fund (UNFPA) Somalia's country strategy is to improve the wellbeing of Somali people, particularly women and girls, by ensuring their sexual and reproductive rights as well as by reducing maternal mortality and gender-based violence. Based on the UNFPA's Strategic Positioning Note, the country strategy aims to achieve this through four result areas which are the following: 1) Strengthening the Somali statistical systems and promoting evidence-based planning and policy design; 2) Supporting the provision of sexual, reproductive, maternal and neonatal health care and promoting reproductive rights; 3) Promoting human rights, gender equality, and strengthening Gender Based Violence (GBV) prevention and response; and 4) Strengthening the realization of Somali youth and teenagers through supporting the implementation of the Somali Youth Strategy. Finland supports the implementation of the UNFPA Somalia country strategy for 8 million euros, covering the period of 2017-2020.

Funding decision 12/13/2016

8 000 000 €

Target country

Somalia

Objectives monitored by OECD's Development Assistance Committee

Gender equality
Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health

Field of activity

Population policy and administrative management 30%
Reproductive health care 40%
Ending violence against women and girls 30%

Type of aid

Contributions to specific-purpose programmes and funds managed by international organisations (multilateral, INGO)

Special target group

girls
children
youth

Funding channel

YK:n väestörahasto

Program based

Contact

ali-20

Code for the object of funding

27311775

ID

UHA2016-005513

Created date

10/25/2016

Modified

12/23/2016

Case state

Decision-making
Financing decision
Handling by financial section in KEO-10

Case status

Pending

This document

Updated 12/24/2016

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