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We, young people of Tunisia, met in Tunis from 25 to 27th of October 2019, during a youth consultation to examine commitments that can be made by youth-led organizations towards sexual and reproductive rights in the frame of accelerating ICPD promises, convened by Y-PEER Tunisia with the support of UNFPA Tunisia.
Il y a 25 ans, en 1994, 179 pays avaient adopté un programme d'action emblématique à l'occasion de la Conférence internationale sur la population et le développement (CIPD), tenue au Caire, en Égypte.
The mental health consequences of crisis and conflict are serious, yet often overlooked. Those caught in humanitarian emergencies suffer psychological trauma and invisible wounds as devastating and crippling as any physical harm. Survivors can face long-lasting challenges to their health and well-being, and too often, suffer in silence.

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Recrutement d'un(e) Analyste en communication (poste national)

26 novembre 2019
Le Bureau des Nations Unies pour la Population en Tunisie recrute pour son bureau de Tunis un(e) Analyste en...