Weekly Domingo reported on 18 September that athletes and youngsters had a chance to seek information and counselling on reproductive health issues at the Olympic Village during the 10th edition of the All Africa Games that took place in Maputo. The weekly mentioned that the services were provided at a youth-friendly corner set up by the UNFPA-supported Geração Biz Programme. The article also said that during the games, the Geração Biz Programme had the slogan "Zero Infection."
Diario de Cuyo published on 18 September an editorial about the importance of sexuality education. The editorial was a reaction to the controversy that erupted linked to the beginning of comprehensive sexual education classes based on the national Ministry of Education’s publication, “Comprehensive Sexual education: To talk with the family.” Many parents considered the publication not suitable for students.
The article said that according to a statement made by the UNFPA in 2003, sex education is "the vital process by which they acquire and become formally and informally, knowledge, attitudes and values towards sexuality in all its manifestations, ranging from the biological aspects and those relating to reproduction, even those associated with eroticism, identity and social representations of the same. It is especially important to consider the role that gender plays in this process.” Read in Spanish: Diario de Cuyo
Agence France Presse published on 18 September a story on Natalie Imbruglia, singer, actress, spokeswoman for the UN Campaign to End Fistula and Virgin United ambassador and her work to raise awareness of obstetric fistula. UNFPA Executive Director Babatunde Osotimehin calls her work “extraordinary” saying, “Her travels across the globe and her efforts to raise money to support fistula rehabilitation centres and training for community educators are essential in bringing help and needed health care to women and girls.” Read in English: Agence France Presse