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UNFPA Annual Report 1999

1999 was a momentous year for UNFPA. The "ICPD+5" review, our 30th anniversary, and the birth of the 6 billionth person provided us with…

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Role of the Logistics Manager in Contraceptive Procurement

This guidebook is designed to help logistics managers working in programmes that provide family planning, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome/human…

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State of World Population 1999

Women are having fewer children than ever before, and population growth has slowed from 2.0 to 1.3 per cent in 30 years. But large families in the recent past mean that there are many more women of childbearing age. Global population is still rising by about 78 million people a year. Half the world is under 25 and there are over a billion young people between 15 and 24, the parents of the next generation.

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UNFPA Annual Report 1998

The year 1998 was a crucial one in UNFPA's efforts to advance the agenda agreed to by the 1994 International Conference on Population and…

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Report of the 1998 UNFPA Field Inquiry

Prior to the ICPD+5 review of the Programme of Action adopted at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in 1994. The…

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State of World Population 1998

More young people than ever are entering their childbearing and working years. At the same time, the number and proportion of people over age 65 are…

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UNFPA Annual Report 1997

The themes that animate UNFPA's Annual Report for 1997 are ones that have become familiar since the ICPD in 1994. Reproductive health, including…

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