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Highlights of UNFPA's State of World Population Report 2020 on combatting harmful practices such as child marriage and son preference.

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Defying the Practices that Harm Women and Girls and Undermine Equality

UNFPA's State of World Population Report 2020 on combatting harmful practices such as child marriage and son preference.

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The research report presents the results from a 2019 survey and qualitative research based on the In­ternational Men and Gender Equality Survey (IM­AGES) and provides insights on how perceptions and behaviors have changed since 2013, when the first adaptation of IMAGES was implemented in Georgia.

The research was prepared within the scope of the UN Joint Programme for Gender Equality funded by the Government of Sweden.

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This technical brief was developed by the UNFPA Global Ageing Network to complement the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs' (UN DESA) Issue Brief: Older Persons and COVID-19, which emphasized the humanitarian imperative of addressing older persons' specific needs within preparedness and response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Georgia MICS 2018 Sexual & Reproductive Health related data in-depth analysis.

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The following document provides information about Early/Child marriage in Georgia and offers recommendations aimed at preventing and ending the issue.

 

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COVID-19 Guidance Document for Maternity Services

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COVID-19 Guidance Document for Maternity Services. 

These recommendations are provided as an interim resource for UNFPA staff based on a combination of WHO guidelines, good practice and expert advice based on the latest scientific research. The situation with COVID-19 is evolving rapidly and the guidance will continue be updated if and when new evidence or information becomes available.

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Technical Brief - Proetcting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, and Promoting Gender Equality

 

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The present report is a result of a joint effort of the ISET Policy Institute (ISET-PI), in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) office in Georgia, as a part of the EU supported Global Programme to Prevent Son Preference and the Undervaluing of Girls: Improving the sex ratio at birth in select countries in Asia and the Caucasus (2017-2019).

The study aims to investigate the various factors behind the changes in SRB and further explore to what extent social and economic policies and interventions have had an impact on decreasing GBSS through influencing family decisions regarding son preference and softening pressure on fertility choices.

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