The Standard reported on 30 January on a European Union effort to improve the country’s blood supply, noting that last year, UNFPA introduced a coupon system, whereby each coupon was redeemed for a pint of blood. The UNFPA's coupon system was also targeted at pregnant women who seek services from public institutions. Read: The Standard
ADN reported on 30 January that “The message is to look beyond the information about sex. It has to be approached through an integral and a broad perspective, through the sexual and reproductive rights, gender equality and citizenship”, said Mona Kaidbey, of UNFPA.
RTP 1 and RTP África reported on 25 and 30 January that the work of “Coalizão da Juventude,” a local association, is essential in the efforts to curb the proliferation of HIV among the youth in Mozambique. The report is part of the series “Principes do Nada.” UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador Catarina Furtado pointed out that “Coalizão” activities are led by volunteers in schools, neighbourhoods and markets. “Coalizão” is supported by UNFPA in Mozambique and is an implementing agency of the popular ASRH programme “Geração Biz.” The series “Principes do Nada” supports efforts towards the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals.