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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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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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The 15th anniversary of opening UNFPA Georgia Country Office provides an opportune moment to reflect on successes achieved during the last decade and a half, and to strategize for the future priorities to contribute to Georgia’s sustainable development

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For a girl, marriage can mean the end of her education, can set aside her chances of a vocation or career, and can steal from her foundational life choices. Dr.Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director, UNFPA
 
The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of UNFPA, the United Nations or any of its affiliated organizations.
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The Policy brief is based on best available evidences generated by international and local researchers and authors and is intended to help decision-makers develop evidence-based and effective policies and interventions directed towards reduction of abortions and improving maternal health.

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The Research on Domestic Violence against Women in Georgia was conducted within the framework of the Government of Norway and UNFPA co-funded “Combating the Gender-based Violence in the South Caucasus” project in 2009.
Implementing partners of the research were the ACT Research and the Centre for Social Science at the I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.
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Publication was prepared by initiative and support of United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) office in Georgia
The Yearbook contains the data on Georgian population, its composition by age and sex and fertility, mortality, marriage, divorces, external migration and other demographic indicators.
The views expressed herein are not necessarily shared by UNFPA.
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