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State of World Population
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Notes

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11

CHAPTER 10

1. WHO, UNFPA, and UNHCR. 1999. Reproductive Health in Refugee Situations: An Inter-Agency Field Manual. Geneva: UNHCR.

2. After a mother’s death, surviving children are three to ten times more likely to die within two years than children who live with both parents. See: UNICEF. 2001. The State of the World’s Children 2001: Early Childhood. New York: UNICEF.

3. Krause, S., et al. 2001. Assessment of Reproductive Health for Refugees in Zambia. New York: Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children.

4. UNAIDS and WHO. 2003. AIDS Epidemic Update: December 2003. Geneva: UNAIDS

5. PROFAMILIA. 2001. “Sexual and Reproductive Health in Underserved Conditions: A Survey of the Situation of Displaced Women in Colombia.” Bogotá, Colombia: PROFAMILIA.

6. Rehn, E., and E. Johnson Sirleaf. 2002. Women, War and Peace: The Independent Experts’ Assessment on the Impact of Armed Conflict on Women and Women’s Role in Peacebuilding: Progress of the World’s Women 2002, vol.2. New York: UNIFEM.

7. UNFPA. 2001. Population Issues Briefing Kit 2001, p. 17. New York: UNFPA.

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