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11/07/2020

World Population Day is celebrated anually on 11th July to call attention to important issues related to population and development.

This year, UNFPA Maldives commemorated the day in partnership with the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and Public Service Media (PSM), bringing awareness around the theme for 2020 "Putting the Brakes on COVID-19: How to safeguard the Health and Rights of Women and Girls Now"

The video shows the impacts on women and girls in Maldives due to COVID-19 and associated lockdowns. Video developed by PSM, and released during the livestreamed panel discussion held on 11th July 2020.

12/07/2018

On World Population Day 2018, UNFPA Maldives in partnership with National Bureau of Statistics - Maldives launched "Maldives Population Projections 2014-2054" report. To find more: http://ow.ly/EfLS30kTCpv

22/01/2018

Aimie is just one of many Maldivian women who have had to give up her career after the birth of her daughter, as there are currently no or limited access to public childcare facilities. The 2014 national Housing and Population census highlighted that 72 percent of persons out of the labour force, are women. In most atolls, women are unemployed at higher rates than men. Women tend to cite family duties as a reason for not working far more than men.

22/01/2018

Aimie is just one of many Maldivian women who have had to give up her career after the birth of her daughter, as there are currently no or limited access to public childcare facilities. The 2014 national Housing and Population census highlighted that 72 percent of persons out of the labour force, are women. In most atolls, women are unemployed at higher rates than men. Women tend to cite family duties as a reason for not working far more than men.

11/07/2017

On ocassion of the World Population Day Ritsu Nacken talks to the Maldives Public Service Media - Talk Maldives 4 on the topic of Family Planning: Empowering People, Developing Nations

09/11/2016

Developed as part of the Nirakun project, this video porttrays aspirations of 10-year-old girls in Maldives.

“Nirakun” meaning “sprouting” in English depicts the start of adolescence. Coinciding with the initial year of the UN’s 2030 Agenda, the Nirakun project aimed at tracking stories from 10-year-olds now and every five years subsequently so that UN will be able to measure the progress towards achievement of the relevant SDG indicators.

11/08/2016

Video with young people to underscore the urgent need in the Maldives for the right policies and investments that will enable young people to achieve their full potential based on the census data and UNFPA’s youth analysis.

11/07/2016

With more young, working-age people than ever before, the Maldives has a limited window of opportunity for rapid social and economic development. These benefits will only be realized, however, with the right mix of policies and investments that ensure all young people, and particularly teen girls, have equal opportunity to achieve their full potential.

18/03/2014

Public Service Announcement for International Women's Day 2014. Based on the original Indonesian "Shalawath" promoting gender equality. Produced by Hulhevi Media with vocals by Hussain Ali and music by Ibrahim Moosa Fikry and Ahmed Vishal. Supported by UNFPA and UN Women.

The future we want is a world where every women and girl can live free from discrimination and violence, and enjoy her full human rights and human dignity.

18/03/2014

Public Service Announcement for International Women's Day 2014. Based on the original Indonesian "Shalawath" promoting gender equality. Produced by Hulhevi Media with vocals by Hussain Ali and music by Ibrahim Moosa Fikry and Ahmed Vishal. Supported by UNFPA and UN Women.

The future we want is a world where every women and girl can live free from discrimination and violence, and enjoy her full human rights and human dignity.

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