Civil Society Organization and public health institutions during the workshop
Civil Society actors engaged in providing care and prevention of HIV/AIDS became part of this workshop realized by UNFPA Albania in cooperation with the Health and Social Protection Ministry and the Institute of Public Health. The workshop aimed to raise awareness and training of civil society organizations engaged in this field on active participation in the surveillance processes of viral hepatitis and sexually tra...
UN Agencies in Albania kick off 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based
Almost one in two women in Albania have experienced some form of violence during their lifetime. Eliminating all forms of violence against all women and girls in public and private spaces by 2030 is a specific target and commitment under the Sustainable Development Goals. Investments in prevention are crucial to reach that target and to achieve gender equality. Only 27 countries track and have dedicated budgets for g...
Albana, in now days after she survived against Papilloma Virus diagnoses
Cervical cancer stands as the second leading cause of cancer-related fatalities among women of reproductive age in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Predominantly affecting younger women, typically between 35 and 45 years old, this region witnesses over 38,000 new cases and 18,000 fatalities attributed to cervical cancer each year. Since its inception in 2019, the National Cervical Cancer Test Program, supported by UN...

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