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Refugees, families displaced from their homes, and the people we serve in the world’s most fragile settings will be hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus has officially reached all of the sixteen countries where Relief International works. Our teams are on the frontline every day, responding to outbreaks in the world’s most fragile settings.


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U.N. Population Fund

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Working alongside Relief International

Relief International began partnering with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in 2009. Together, our work aims to provide sexual and reproductive health services to women in fragile settings. We do so by training thousands of community health workers, ensuring reliable access to skilled birth attendants, and delivering dignity kits and other life-saving supplies to survivors of conflict and disaster.

Our Projects with the U.N. Population Fund

Country

All Countries
AFRICA
Ghana
Somalia
South Sudan
Sudan
ASIA
Afghanistan
Bangladesh
Iran
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
MIDDLE EAST
Iraq
Jordan
Lebanon
Syria
Turkey
Yemen

Year

All Year
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
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Somalia

Delivering Emergency Healthcare Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

U.N. Children's Fund U.N. Population Fund Somalia Humanitarian Fund

For close to three decades, Somalia has been gripped by war, chronic food shortages, displacement, and climate shocks. Now, the coronavirus pandemic is set to steer the country towards its latest crisis.

Ongoing Project 18 JUNE 2020
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Myanmar

Delivering Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare in Northern Rakhine State

U.N. Population Fund

Every year, 2,800 women in Myanmar die from pregnancy and childbirth-related complications. These deaths are largely unreported because they take place far from public health facilities, within the walls of families’ homes.

Ongoing Project 17 OCTOBER 2019