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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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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present: Young People 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, the present report studies the situation of young people in Georgia, and the challenges they face and the opportunities they embody as they transition from youth to adulthood.
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The National Statistics Office of Georgia and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Office in Georgia present: Gender Analysis of 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, the monograph analyses sex differences in marriage, fertility, education, impairment and disability, migration, knowledge of the state language, household composition and economic activity. 

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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.
 
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, the present report investigates the trends in sex imbalances at birth in Georgia and its determinants, analysing household and family formation, with a particular emphasis on fertility behavior in relation to gender.
 
This monograph is based on work conducted in both Georgia and France. The first author is primarily responsible for the demographic analysis while the second author conducted and analyzed the survey in Kakheti. This monograph only considers territories where the 2014 census was conducted.
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This policy brief forecasts the cost of providing free contraceptives in Georgia in 2017-2019.

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Policy brief - Strengthening family planning policies and services for healthy families in Georgia

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Worlds Apart: Reproductive Health and Rights in an Age of Inequality

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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.

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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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In some sense, today’s 10-year-old girls—just over 60 million in number— are the point where achieving the 2030 Agenda begins, since they are among the population groups most in danger of being left behind.

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