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1 January 2016
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Sri Lanka is currently characterized by a large youth population and a growing older population. This presents a fascinating phenomenon, because the nation will soon have to observe what it has... Read more
1 January 2016
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We will not stop until the world upholds the inherent rights of every girl child. If you change her life, you can change the world” – Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, UNFPA Executive Director One quarter of... Read more
1 January 2016
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PEER Sri Lanka kick started a series of national training workshops on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH )  last month to create a team of well-trained peer education trainers from... Read more
22 December 2015
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The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) together with the Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka and Y PEER Sri Lanka, launched a comprehensive national Sexual and Reproductive Health and... Read more
16 December 2015
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  The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) launched its first in a series of inter-generational dialogues on the shifting population dimensions in Sri Lanka and its significance in shaping future... Read more
14 December 2015
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  Approximately 200 students, faculty members as well as representatives from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and other UN agencies gathered at the University of Colombo on Monday, 14... Read more
3 December 2015
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By Alain Sibenaler, Representative of the United Nations Population Fund Sri Lanka   We live in turbulent times. More than a billion people alive today have seen their lives upended by various... Read more
2 December 2015
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Raising their hands to the sky, staff from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) office in Colombo, painted their hands a bright orange, to highlight this year’s slogan of the United Nations... Read more
17 August 2014
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The scouts in Colombo celebrated one hundred years of service (1914-2014) from the 1st to 7th August 2014 in Madampe, Sri Lanka, hosting a range of outdoor and indoor activities like musical and... Read more
5 June 2014
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Evidence suggests that gender-based violence is a widely prevalent in Sri Lanka. A plethora of factors influence and trigger gender-based violence such as alcoholism, incest, family conflict, assault... Read more

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