Press Release Archive 2010

December 19, 2010

UNFPA’s Clean Birthing Kits for Women in Emergencies to be Spotlighted on ABC News
November 19, 2010

Americans for UNFPA welcomes announcement of next Executive Director
October 8, 2010    Women’s Health Takes Center Stage in New York with Support from Majority of Americans Nationwide
September 20, 2010 Three in Four Americans call on President Obama to Prioritize Maternal Health in Low-Income Nations.
September 15, 2010 Maternal deaths worldwide drop by a third
September 7, 2010 Americans for UNFPA 2010 International Honoree Featured on NBC Nightly News
August 19, 2010 Honorees from Guatemala and the Palestinian Territories are selected as winners of the 2010 Americans for UNFPA International Award for the Health and Dignity of Women. They will be honored alongside three Americans on October 7th in New York City
July 16, 2010 Honorees from Guatemala and the Palestinian Territories are selected as winners of the 2010 Americans for UNFPA International Award for the Health and Dignity of Women
June 8, 2010 On eve of Major Conference on Maternal Health, Obstetric Fistula Reaches Top of National Agenda
June 1, 2010 Cambodian tour enriches lives of local women as well as philanthropic travellers.
March 8, 2010 International Women’s Day statement from Anika Rahman, President, Americans for UNFPA
January 8, 2010 Odunola Ojewumi, University of Maryland College Park, wins 2010 Americans for UNFPA Student Award for the Health and Dignity of Women
Runners up include students from Bard College, University of Central Florida,
University of Virginia and University of Washington
January 8, 2010 Secretary Clinton Affirms U.S. Commitment to Health & Rights of Women
Globally $55 million appropriated to UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, for 2010
January 8, 2010 U.S. Government Rejoins Worldwide Consensus on Reproductive Health
Health and Development Groups Applaud Clinton Speech; Call for Action

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