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EJEMPLAR ADELANTADO PARA LOS MEDIOS DE DIFUSIÓN: Puede difundirse a partir de las 12.00 horas GMT del 12 de octubre de 2005

Los desastres naturales ocurridos esta semana en el Pakistán y Guatemala ponen de manifiesto la importancia de salvaguardar la salud reproductiva y los derechos reproductivos durante las emergencias humanitarias, tema del que trata el capítulo 8 del informe.

INFORME COMPLETO
 
  Estado de la Población 2005— Web Version | English | Français | Español |
  Estado de la Población 2005— PDF | English | Français | Español | Russian | Arabic |
RESUMEN EJECUTIVO  
  Resumen Ejecutivo — Web

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  Resumen Ejecutivo—  PDF | English | Français | Español |
ÍNDICE TEMÁTICO  
 

Índice Temático del informe

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MENSAJES CLAVE  
  Mensajes | English | Français | Español |
 

Temas a abordar en el lanzamiento del informe El Estado de la Población Mundial: Respuesta del UNFPA a los desastres naturales

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: FACT SHEETS BY ISSUE – MS Word
  Gender Equality Fact Sheet | English |
  Reproductive Health Fact Sheet | English |
  Youth and HIV/AIDS Fact Sheet | English |
  Adolescents Fact Sheet | English |
  Violence Against Women Fact Sheet | English |
  Child Marriage Fact Sheet | English |
COMUNICADO DE PRENSA  
 

El mundo no debe permitir que el apartheid de género desbarate las acciones para relegar la pobreza a la historia

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  Regional Press Release for Arab States:
Making Povery History, "Turning the Promise of Gender Equality into Reality"
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  Regional Press Release for Latin America & the Caribbean:
Informe del UNFPA 2005: La Inversión en Igualdad de Género Fomenta el Crecimiento Económico
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HISTORIAS DE LA VIDA REAL  
  Afganistán: Morir para dar vida: Mortalidad derivada de la maternidad en Badakhshan | English | Français | Español |
  Honduras: A través de los ojos de la víctima: Capacitación policial y violencia doméstica en Honduras | English | Français | Español |
  India: Primavera silenciosa: La tragedia de las niñas que nunca nacieron en la India | English | Français | Español |
 

Moldova: Mercaderes de la miseria: la trata de seres humanos en Moldova

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Sierra Leona: Un secreto compartido: Las sobrevivientes de violaciones encuentran consuelo y aprendizaje en programas patrocinados por el UNFPA

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RECURSOS MULTIMEDIA  
 
Title: State of World Population Report 2005 Video News Release
Duration: 3 min, 54 seconds
Production: UNFPA, 2005
Contact: Christian del Sol
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Equality between women and men can reduce poverty and save and improve lives. Experts know how to achieve gender equality: by providing an education for all children; equal access to reproductive health; the equal participation of women in civil, economic and political life; and the implementation of internationally-agreed laws protecting human rights. For tens of millions of women, these are issues of life and death.

 
Title: State of World Population Report 2005 Powerpoint Presentation
 

Taking key points from the Report, this 26-slide presentation explains why gender equality is essential to achieving lasting poverty reduction. Powerful images from the report reinforce the message of hope and the necessity of taking action now.

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MENSAJE DE LA DIRECTORA EJECUTIVA DEL UNFPA  
 

Statement of Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, Executive Director of UNFPA, The United Nations Population Fund

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Ms. Thoraya Ahmed Obaid
UNFPA Executive Director

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PARA MAS INFORMACION SIRVASE DIRIGIRSE A:  
  Africa
George Ngwa
ngwa@unfpa.org
Tel. +27-12 354 8405

Arab States and Eastern Europe
Henrietta Aswad
aswad@unfpa.org
Tel. +9626 5517040 ext 32

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  Asia
William A. Ryan
ryanw@unfpa.org
Tel. +66 2 288 2446

Latin America and the Caribbean
Trygve Olfarnes
olfarnes@unfpa.org
Tel: +52 55 5250-7977

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Europe

London
Peter Robbs
peter.robbs@ukonline.co.uk
Tel. +44 1480 465 328

Paris
Michel Aublanc
Tel. +33 1 692 86 286
michel.aublanc@wanadoo.fr

Brussels
Hedi Jemiai
Tel.  (322) 550 18 30
hedi.jemiai@unfpa.be

Copenhagen
Asger Rhyl
Tel. 45 35 467 033
asger.ryhl@unfpa.dk

 

United States and Canada

Patricia Leidl
leidl@unfpa.org
Tel. +1 212 297 5088
Cell. +1 917 535 9508

New York
Omar Gharzeddine
gharzeddine@unfpa.org
Tel. +1 212 297 5028

Micol Zarb
zarb@unfpa.org
Tel. +1 212 297 5042

Washington D.C.
Sarah Craven
craven@unfpa.org
Tel. +1 202 326 8713

GRÁFICOS  
 
Figure 1: The Global Burden of Sexual and Reproductive Health Conditions
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Figure 2: Births Attended by Skilled Personnel Among the Poorest and Richest Women
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Figure 3: Contraceptive Use According to Wealth
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Figure 4: Childbearing Among the Poorest and Richest Adolescents
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Figure 5: Women Who Believe Wife Beating is Justified for at Least One Reason
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INDICADORES DE POBLACIÓN  
  Monitoring ICPD Goals -- Selected Indicators | English | Français | Español |
  Demographic, Social and Economic Indicators | English | Français | Español |
 

Selected Indicators for Less Populous Countries/Territories

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FOTOGRAFÍAS  
 
For additional information, formats, color versions, usage and licensing of the above photos, please contact each of the photographers and/or photo libraries. Please include a reference to this page and to the State of World Population Report 2005.

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© Mark Edwards/Still Pictures Young girls celebrate during an Imaraguen festival on a small westcoast village in Mauritania.


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© Mikkel Ostergaard/Panos Pictures A girl balances on flimsy bridge over a polluted and flooded alley in one of Phnom Penh’s slums.


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© Caroline Penn/Panos Pictures Muslim girls chatting on a doorstep in Cape Town’s Malay Quarter.


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© Jacob Silberberg/Panos Pictures Three girls watch as their teacher points to a chalk board in a school classroom in the village of Koutagba, South Benin.

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© Chris de Bode/Panos Pictures An old woman prays for peace in the Oromo Camp for internally displaced people in Uganda. For 19 years the Lord’s Resistance Army has terrorized the people living in the Northern provinces.


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© Gary Knight/VII A woman begs in the streets of Srinigar, Kashmir where civil war has devastated the local economy.


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© Alex Webb/Magnum Photos Pregnant woman stands in the doorway of a house in Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire.


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© Tim Dirven/Panos Pictures Young Afghan mother and malnourished child wait at a nutrition centre run by Medecins Sans Frontieres.

       
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© David Alan Haviv/VII
Man proudly displays his baby boy to onlookers in a village on Chacahua Island, Mexico.


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© Marie Dorigny/UNFPA
Villager covers face in the town of Tigray, Ethiopia.


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©Wayne Leidenfrost/Province
500 pairs of shoes are displayed on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery in Vancouver, Canada, to commemorate women who died at the hands of men and to raise awareness of violence against women.


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© James Nachtwey/VII
An internally displaced woman cares for her ailing son at the city hospital in Mornei, West Darfur.

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© Jacob Silberberg/Panos Pictures Separated from her family as they fled the fighting in Monrovia, Liberia, a little girl stares at the Red Cross insignia ICRC headquarters in Bushrod Island.


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© Maria Soderberg/Panos Pictures A woman pulls off her Burqa in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

   

 

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