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The commitment of UNFPA to ensuring rights and choices for all is reflected in the 11th programme cycle (2017–2021) through outputs that focus on youth empowerment in an ageing population and data-driven advocacy for evidence-based population and development policy. In 2018, UNFPA committed to achieving three zeros by 2030: zero unmet need for contraception; zero preventable maternal deaths; and zero gender-based violence and harmful practices, such as child marriage. Our work and our targets support the UNFPA vision to see a world where all young persons, especially adolescent girls, are entitled to sexual and reproductive health rights and are able to make informed choices. This will enable young persons to develop and fulfil their potential. Read the Biannual Report 2018-2019 here.