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THE REPORT
 
  State of World Population 2005— Web Version | English | Français | Español |
  State of World Population 2005— PDF | English | Français | Español | Russian |
PRESS SUMMARY  
  Press Summary — Web

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  Press Summary —  PDF | English | Français | Español |
THEMATIC INDEX  
 

Thematic Index of the State of World Population 2005

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KEY MESSAGES & CONCLUSIONS  
  Key Messages: Launch of The State of World Population 2005 | English | Français | Español |
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 |
     
PRESS RELEASES  
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FEATURE STORIES  
  Afghanistan: Dying to Give Life: Maternal Mortality in Badakhshan | English | Français | Español |
  Honduras: Through the Eyes of the Victim: Police Training and Domestic Violence in Honduras | English | Français | Español |
  India: Silent Spring: The Tragedy of India‚Äôs Never-born Girls | English | Français | Español |
 

Moldova: Merchants of Misery: Human Trafficking in Moldova

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Sierra Leone: Sharing the Secret: Rape Survivors Find Solace and Skills with UNFPA-Sponsored Programme

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STORY IDEAS, INTERVIEWS & CONTACTS  
 

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MULTIMEDIA RESOURCES  
 

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR STATEMENT  
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Ms. Thoraya Ahmed Obaid
UNFPA Executive Director

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GRAPHS AND TABLES  
 
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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INDICATORS  
  Monitoring ICPD Goals — Selected Indicators | English | | English |
  Demographic, Social and Economic Indicators | English | | English |
  Notes for Indicators  
  Indicators for Less Populous Countries/Territories
  Monitoring ICPD Goals —  Selected Indicators | English | | English |
  Demographic, Social and Economic Indicators | English | | English |
  Notes for Indicators  
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SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHS:  
  (NOTE: These pictures are for reprint ONLY with articles about the State of World Population 2004 Report. Please be sure to print the photographer's name and copyright details with any photographs used.)
 

Front Cover

© Ron Giling/Still Pictures
Mothers and children in Ghana

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Migrant family in the Philippines.

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Workers in Wollo, Ehtiopia, divert a stream to irrigate land as part of a Concern Food for Work project.

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People and cars fill Nathan Road in Hong Kong SAR, China.

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

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Schoolchildren in Teachers attend a Ministry of Education training session, Kabul, Afghanistan.

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A community health worker gives family planning education to a rural woman in Bangladesh.

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Outreach worker distributes condoms to prostitutes in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Young mother and infant in Guatemala.

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Father and child in India.

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Mother and daughter in Bangladesh.
 
 

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 2004.

Still Pictures - Attn: Mark Edwards = environment@stillpictures.com

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