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The UNFPA Zambia 2015 annual report highlights continued efforts to break the cycle of unfulfilled sexual and reproductive rights for women and young people, thus making a difference in their lives in the course of the year. It documents advancements in national discourse on inequalities - including a sharpened focus on the most marginalized and vulnerable women and young people including adolescent girls; the poorest households; those living in remote and underserved areas; and those facing one form of discrimination or the other. It also highlights UNFPA’s work to foster strategic partnerships that leveraged synergies and harnessed innovations to reach increased numbers of women and young people with information and services required to ensure improved health and development outcomes.