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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present: Trends in the Sex Ratio at Birth in Georgia - An Overview Based on the 2014 General Population Census Data.

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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present factographs on Population Dynamics in Georgia Based on the 2014 General Population Census Data.

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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present factographs on Ageing and Older Persons in Georgia based on the 2014 General Population Census Data.

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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present factographs: Young People in Georgia, based on the 2014 General Population Census Data

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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present factographs based on Gender Analysis of the 2014 General Population Census Data.

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CHOICE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD.  

It can rapidly improve the well-being of  women and girls, transform families and societies, and accelerate global development.
 

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MenCare is a global fatherhood campaign active in more than 40 countries on five continents. The campaign promotes men’s involvement as equitable, nonviolent fathers and caregivers in order to achieve family well-being, gender equality, and better health for mothers, fathers,
and children. 
 
In Georgia, MenCare Campaign is implemented by UNFPA Georgia Country Office, in partnership with We Care – a non-profit, non-governmental organization. The campaign is an integral part of the UN Joint Programme for Gender Equality, funded by the Government of Sweden.
 
The Publication is prepared by UNFPA Georgia CO within the framework of the UN Joint Program for Gender Equality supported by the Government of Sweden.
The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the views of UNFPA and the Government of Sweden.
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The purpose of this study, conducted over the course of 2017, is to understand how and why attitudes, norms, and practices related to early/child marriage and FGM/C persist in Georgia, exploring risks and protective factors in order to identify opportunities to tackle the phenomenon. 

This report is funded by the United Nations Population Fund (UNPFA) CO Georgia within the frameworks of the UN Joint Program for Gender Equality supported by the Government of Sweden And The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) CO Georgia.
 
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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present: Population Dynamics in Georgia - An Overview Based on the 2014 General Population Census Data.
 
By its scale and content, the Census represents a unique source of data on the social, economic and demographic situation of the population in the country. As a result of the 2014 Census, the most current and accurate information has been collected on population size, its sex and age structure, employment, education, health, sources of income, housing and agricultural activities in Georgia. Using the Census 2014 data and the backprojection model, the present report reassesses the statistical data on population growth, fertility, nuptiality, mortality, as well as urbanization, internal and international migration, etc and presents a revised vision of population dynamics in Georgia.
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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present Ageing and Older Persons in Georgia - An Overview Based on the 2014 General Population Census Data.
 
By its scale and content, the Census represents a unique source of data on the social, economic and demographic situation of the population in the country. As a result of the 2104 Census, the most current and accurate information has been collected on population size, its sex and age structure, employment, education, health, sources of income, housing and agricultural activities in Georgia. The present monograph, using the Census 2014 data, studies the above complex processes through the ageing lense and identifies the situation of old persons in Georgia.
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