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The Population Situation Analysis (PSA) in Georgia is a comprehensive report that provides an integrated appraisal of the population and reproductive health dynamics and their linkages and impacts on poverty, inequality and development. The study is based on sound methodology, involving a multi-sectoral team of national and international experts.

The PSA report describes the overall situation of the well-being of the people of Georgia, informing the entire spectrum of stakeholders on the progress and challenges in population and development field. The report presents information on the following key thematic areas: Population Dynamics and Development; Socio-Economic and Political context; Population size, Growth and Structure; Fertility and Family Planning; Health Systems and Service Delivery for Sexual and Reproductive Health; Maternal and Child Mortality; HIV & Sexually Transmitted Infections; Changes in Age Structure; The Youth - Status and Prospects; Marriage and Family; Settlement Patterns and Population Mobility.

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Gender-based Violence: UNFPA Prevention & Response is the result of a mapping exercise of UNFPA engagement in Ending Gender-based Violence worldwide.

 

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This report proceeds from a growing concern about potential sex imbalances at birth in several East-Eu- opean countries, following the United Nations interagency statement of 2011 on gender-biased sex selection (OCHR et al. 2011) and the report prepared the same year for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on prenatal sex selection in Southeast Europe and in the Caucasus. 
 

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This report provides the foundation for a larger debate within civil society on the issue of sex selection. It offers the first systematic inquiry of the long-disputed existence of sex selection in Georgia, leading to a reasonable estimate of the extent of the phenomenon and its variations across the country. Most probably, the main source of change will be the transformation of culture attitudes resulting in a decline in son preference.

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The goal of the survey is to gather data on both men and women’s attitudes and practices on a wide variety of topics related to gender equality. The findings of the survey can be used to plan programs effectively and raise public awareness of the need for men’s involvement in achieving gender equality.

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