Fifty years ago, the world declared that “parents have a basic human right to determine freely and responsibly the number and the spacing of their children,” at the United Nations International Conference on Human Rights in Tehran, on 13 May 1968
Family planning is not only a matter of human rights; it is also central to women’s empowerment, reducing poverty and achieving sustainable development
Yet, in developing regions, some 214 million women still lack safe and effective family planning methods, for reasons ranging from lack of information or services to lack of support from their partners or communities. This threatens their ability to build a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.
On this World Population Day, UNFPA calls on governments to fulfill their commitments to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health care and reproductive rights, including family planning services and information.
- تیر 97 - پیام دکتر ناتالیا کانم، مدیر اجرایی صندوق جمعیت ملل متحد، به مناسبت روز جهانی جمعیت
- تیر 97 - کارگاه یک روزه بودجه بندی خدمات برنامه های سلامت مادران از طریق دی سی پی
- 28 June 2016 - One-day Workshop on Financing Maternal Health Services within Diseases Control Priorities
- 13 Mar 2018 - UNFPA Representative in Iran meeting H.E. Dr. Hashemi, Minister of Health and Medical Education
- 7 March 2018 - The start of a collaboration between UNFPA and UN-Habitat in I.R. Iran