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STRICTLY EMBARGOED: THE REPORT AND OTHER MATERIALS ON THIS PAGE MUST NOT BE REPRODUCED OR CITED BEFORE 8 OCTOBER 2003, 1200 GMT.

Additional materials will become available soon - updated 25 September 2003

THE REPORT
 
  State of World Population 2003 -- HTML Version | English | Français | Español |
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  State of World Population 2003 -- PDF | English | Français | Español | Arabic | Russian |
     
PRESS SUMMARY - PDF | English | Français | Español | Arabic | Russian |
     
KEY MESSAGES - MS Word | English | Français | Español |
     
SCHEDULE OF LAUNCH EVENTS by City, Contact Info. | English |
     
PRESS RELEASES  
 

Overview Press Release

Investment in Adolescents’ Reproductive Health Is Critical to Fighting Poverty and HIV/AIDS, Says UNFPA Report


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Additional Press Releases by Specific Topic

Education, Access to Information and Services Are Key to Protecting and Empowering Young People


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  Early Marriage and Violence Limit Girls’ Opportunities and Violate Their Rights

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  HIV/AIDS Now a Disease of Young People, Especially Girls and Women | English | Français | Español | Arabic |

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  Money Spent to Meet Adolescents' Reproductive Health Needs Yields High Returns, Says New Report | English | Français | Español | Arabic |

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NEWS FEATURES  
  'What's Your Excuse'?
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  An Empowered Young Woman in Bangladesh | English | Français | Español | Arabic |

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  Soweto Peer Counsellor Dispels Fear and Myths
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STATEMENTS - MS Word  
  Statement of Ms. Thoraya Ahmed Obaid
UNFPA Executive Director
on the occasion of the launch of
The State of World Population 2003 Report
8 October 2003, London
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  © UNFPA
AMs. Thoraya Ahmed Obaid
UNFPA Executive Director

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SELECTED GRAPHS AND CHARTS  
  Adolescent Population by Region

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  Percentage of Women Giving Birth by Age 20

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  Consequences of Under-investment in Adolescents -- PDF
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INDICATORS  
  Monitoring ICPD Goals: Selected Indicators and Selected Indicators for Less-Populous Countries /Territories -- PDF | English | Français | Español | Arabic |
     
SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHS:  
  (NOTE: These pictures are for reprint ONLY with articles about the State of World Population 2003 Report. Please be sure to print the photographer's name and copyright details with any photographs used.)


Front Cover


© William A. Ryan/UNFPA

Afghanistan, July 2003.
Student at newly opened girl's school run by the Afghan Institute of Learning learns income-earning skills.

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© Jorgen Schytte/
Still Pictures

Teenage boys in Zomba City, Malawi.



© Jonattan Silvers
Yasmin, 16, left school in third grade. She has spent half her life selling flowers on the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh.



© Mark Edwards/
Still Pictures

Sex education class for girls in a village in Haryana State, India.



© Jorgen Schytte/
Still Pictures

Schoolchildren in Uganda learn about HIV/AIDS



© Ian Berry/
Magnum Photos

Tunisian students gather outside after a lesson in computing.
 

For additional information, formats, color versions, usage and licensing of the above photos, please contact each of the photographers and/or photo libraries at the following e-mail addresses. Please include a reference to this page and to the State of World Population Report 2003.

Still Pictures - Attn: Mark Edwards = environment@stillpictures.com
Magnum Photos - Attn: Diane Raimundo = diane@magnumphotos.com
Jonattan Silvers = jbsilvers@earthlink.net
William A. Ryan = ryanw@unfpa.org

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