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SWP 2002: Press Summary
SWP 2002: Media Advisory
UNFPA Executive Director's Statement on the Launch of SWP 2002: English | French | Arabic
Press Release: Ensuring Reproductive Health and Rights Would Go a Long Way in Overcoming Poverty, New Report Says
Press Release: Gender Inequality Remains a Major Obstacle to Development
Press Release: Poverty and Gender Inequality: Catalysts for Spreading HIV/AIDS
Press Release: Falling Fertility Opens a ‘Demographic Window’ of Opportunity for Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction.
Press Release: Poor Health and Poverty Feed Off Each Other


SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHS FROM SWP 2002 REPORT:
(NOTE: These pictures are for reprint ONLY with articles about the State of World Population 2002 Report. Please be sure to print the photographer's name and copyright details with any photographs used.)

FRONT COVER
© Ferdinando Sciana/Magnum Photos
Ivory Coast. In many developing countries women have to walk for hours every day to get water and firewood.

TITLE PAGE
© Johnette Iris Stubbs
Young girls washing pot with the only running water in the small village of Kallag, Pakistan. The area suffers from a 4-year drought.

CHAPTER 3 PIC
© Adrian Arbib/Christian Aid/Still Pictures
Image of rural life in the village of Meskel, Ethiopia.

CHAPTER 5 PIC
© Cindy Reiman, courtesy UNFPA
Young mother and child in a small rural village outsie of Toluca, Mexico.

CHAPTER 6 PIC
© Abbas/Magnum Photos
Clinic run by nuns in the village of Kati, near Barnako, Mali.

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If you experience any problems, please contact Alvaro Serrano for help at serrano@unfpa.org

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