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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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2019 Year in Review - Document highlights the main achievement of the Global Programme to Prevent Son Preference and the Undervaluing of Girls supported by the European Union. 

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An informative guide for various stakeholders, mostly communication professionals, to plan and implement a successful communication & advocacy campaign preventing Gender-biased Sex Selection and Son Preference in Georgia.

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This study explores the factors behind the improvements in Sex Ratio at Birth (SRB) in Georgia over the last 15 years. It combines quantitative and qualitative analysis.

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This publication was prepared by the Public Defender's Office with the support of the Country Office of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) of Georgia, within the framework of the UN joint program for "Gender Equality" that is funded by the Swedish Government. 

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Knowledge, attitudes, behavior and needs regarding HIV/AIDS among long distance truck drivers (qualitative and quantitative research analysis)

The present report was developed by NGO “Tanadgoma” with the support of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Georgia office. 

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Unfinished Business: The Pursuit of Rights and Choices for All

The global reproductive rights movement that began in the 1960s transformed the lives of hundreds of millions of women, empowering them to govern their own bodies and shape their own futures. But despite the gains made over the past 50 years, since the establishment of UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, the world still has a long way to go before rights and choices are claimed by all.

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2014 General Population Census data on the demographic situation of the population in Georgian regions 

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This country profile offers an updated review of how the practice of son preference and gender-biased sex selection has been evolving in Georgia and explores different aspects influencing the sex ration at birth behavior. It identifies the root causes, determinants and consequences of the practice of son preference and gender-biased sex selection, as well as policy measures taken to eliminate this harmful practice and its root cause, which is gender inequality and the discrimination of girl.

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