Newsletter N°21

April – June - 2021


Dr.Rym Fayala,

Head of office UNFPA Tunisia.

Adressing new challenges

During this period, Tunisia experienced a health, economic, social and political crisis that impacted the lives of the population and in particular that of young people, women and the most vulnerable.

It is within the framework of its support to Tunisia that UNFPA has supported the country's efforts to serve the most vulnerable and in particular migrants by ensuring access to information to approximately 50,000 migrants in relation to their rights and 2,000 to sexual and reproductive health services.

We have ensured, with our partners in particular the Ministry of Social Affairs, the advocacy for the promotion of the rights of people living with disabilities through the strengthening of 35 stakeholders on the Convention on the rights of people with disabilities.
About 900 women victims of violence were able to access to counselling and care services, empowerment and capacity building thanks to the support of UNFPA through civil society. Awareness-raising actions among adolescent’s students to prevent gender-based violence have been implemented during this period.

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Awareness Campaign
-Gustave Flaubert High
School - Gender Equality
and Gender-Based Violence

Sexual and

Resumption of testing and
extension of the implementation
of the maternal and newborn
healthcare package

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7 days of activism :
a right is a right


Completeness and quality
of death and birth registration
in Tunisia

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The National Youth

Zoom On

Towards a better access
for people with disabilities
in Tunisia to rights and services

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UNFPA, United Nations
Population Fund

Delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted,every childbirth is safe and every young person’s potential is fulfilled.

For more information :

UNFPA Tunisia - 54, Av Tahar Ben Achour, Mutuelleville,
1082 Tunis
Tél.: (216)71 282 383/384 -