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UNFPA

"That's what's left of my teeth after my husband beat me," Ameera* said at a women's shelter in south-western Yemen. She held out three white shards, which she keeps as evidence for her divorce proceedings. "He hit me so hard he broke my teeth and nose," she told UNFPA.

UN Women

Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence against Women and Girls - Help Lines

UN Women

Violence against women and girls manifests itself in physical, sexual and psychological forms. Learn how.

UN Women

The planet is under threat. From human-caused greenhouse gas emissions to the overexploitation of the earth's natural resources, unsustainable production and consumption patterns pose a risk to all of humanity.

UN Women

Think you know your facts on women and climate change? Take our quiz to find out.

UN Women

During times of instability, women and girls are disproportionately impacted by sexual and gender-based violence. This interactive infostory explores the various paths to justice, gives voice to survivors' stories and looks at the critical role investigators play in ending impunity for sexual and

 

 

UN Women

Women are central to the development of rural areas and to national economies. They account for a significant proportion of agricultural labour, play a key role in food production, especially in subsistence farming, and perform most of the unpaid care work in rural areas.

UN Women

Think you know your facts on today's 1.1 billion girls? Take our quiz to find out.

 

 

UNHCR

An estimated 73,000 women, children and men have arrived in Bangladesh after trekking for days to flee violence.

FAO

Whether through earning or learning, over 2000 Afghan women are helping themselves. Pickled vegetables, mushroom production and complementary feed preparations are the FAO initiatives that - in collaboration with the national Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock and donations from the governments of Germany and Luxemburg - are reaching the most vulnerable.

UNHCR

For #WomensDay, we asked women around the world why work is important. Here's what they said. Full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xepn2Ekia3c Information for media: If you would like to use this video to communicate refugee stories or require B-Roll, transcripts, stills or much more information, please contact us at drozditb [at] unhcr.org or tibaw [at] unhcr.org.

UNESCO

The eAtlas shows the gender gaps from primary to tertiary education using the latest available data from the UIS. With about 100 interactive maps and charts, the eAtlas shows the educational pathways of girls and boys in more than 200 countries and territories.

The World Bank

Cameroon's Northwest region has some of the worst health and poverty outcomes in the country. Since 2011, with financing from the Government, IDA - the World Bank's Fund for the poorest countries, and others, Cameroon has been improving those outcomes with a program called Performance Based Financing (PBF).

UNICEF

On International Women's Day, UNICEF honors everyday heroes like Consuelo, an inspiring woman raising her 4-year-old great granddaughter Allizon in Cayo, Belize. In this heartwarming story Consuelo tells us that all she can give her great granddaughter is love.

FAO

    Video message of José Graziano da Silva, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( FAO ) for International Women's Day. Women play an important role in agriculture and food systems. Achieving gender equality and empowering women are crucial ingredients in the fight against extreme poverty, hunger and malnutrition, said José Graziano da Silva.

    UNDP

    8 women. 8 locations. 8 different jobs and life stories. This year UNDP decided to mark International Women's Day with a celebration of creativity, entrepreneurship and women's empowerment at the workplace. From Albania to Tajikistan, join us on this exhilarating journey.

    FAO

    Poverty, hunger, malnutrition: the solution to these global challenges rests upon unlocking the full potential of women in the world of work. Did you know that 52 per cent of Zimbabweans are women, and yet there are fewer women being represented in parliament (32%), local authority (16.7%) and in managerial positions in the private sector (21%)? Watch this animation to learn more.

    UN Women

    In her message for International Women's Day on 8 March, UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka highlights the importance of starting change in the home in order to "construct a different world of work for women".

    UN

    UN Secretary-General António Guterres' hails women for their many contributions on International Women's Day, 8 March 2017. This year's theme is "Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030".

    The World Bank

    Come on a virtual tour of Brazil, West Africa and Mongolia to gain insight into the world of women and work with World Bank Senior Director for Gender Caren Grown and vlogger Pabsy Pabalan-Mariano.

    UN Women

    Join UN Women on International Women's Day as we put a spotlight on women in the changing world of work. 

    UN Women

    UN Women expert Shahra Razavi reveals the real value of unpaid care, and how we can reduce the burden on women by tackling entrenched stereotypes.

    OHCHR

    Every day, lesbian, gay, bi, trans (LGBT) and intersex kids - and other children seen as defying gender stereotypes - are bullied at school, at home and in their community. Bullying can take many forms - from taunting and name-calling to brutal violence.

    UNRWA

    In the face of family and cultural pressure, Mother Aysha has been working for more than 35 years, buying and selling clothes in the markets of Gaza and making dresses with traditional Palestinian embroidery. This video is the winner of the Best Short Award at the UN Documentary Film Festival in New York.

    UN Women

    Globalization, digital innovation and climate change, among other factors, continue to change the world in which we work - posing both challenges as well as opportunities in realizing women's economic potential for a better tomorrow. Explore just some facts on where women stand today in the changing world of work.

    UN Women

    Every woman should enjoy her right to decent work. As a global champion for gender equality and women’s empowerment, UN Women asks: What do we need to get there?

    UN News Centre

    Shame and stigma prevent many rape survivors in conflict zones from reporting the horrific abuses they endure at the hands of war but the criminals whose sole aim in carrying out these horrific deeds is to torture and humiliate their enemy.

    UN News Centre

    While the exact number is unknown, at least 200 million girls and women in 30 countries throughout Africa, the Middle East and Asia have been subjected to female genital mutilation, or FGM, according to the UN Children's Fund ( UNICEF).

    FAO

    A look at key results from the programme on "Accelerating Rural Women's Economic Empowerment", jointly implemented by FAO, IFAD, WFP and UN Women in seven countries, including Kyrgyzstan, where this video was filmed.

    FAO

    FTT-Thiaroye ovens were introduced in 2014 in Côte d'Ivoire as a simple, but efficient alternative to traditional fish smoking. Benefits for women have proven to be numerous: healthier working environment, better quality of products, extra time to attend literacy classes.

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