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State of World Population 2021: Chapter 4

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My body, my rights: International treaties and declarations provide foundations for the right to bodily autonomy and integrity

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Inter-Agency Emergency Reproductive Health Kits for Use in Humanitarian Settings

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UNFPA maintains a stock of essential Inter-Agency Emergency Health Kits (IARH) ready to ship for urgent and emergency requests.

This manual contains key descriptions of the kits, how to order them and manage their use.

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UN Procurement Practitioner's Handbook

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The UN Procurement Practitioner’s Handbook (PPH) has been prepared by the “Working Group on Professional Development”, formed by the United Nations High-Level Committee on Management’s Procurement Network (HLCM-PN).

The PPH is available in electronic format on the United Nations Global Marketplace website www.ungm.org

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Practices of UNFPA China Livestreaming Comprehensive Sexuality Education Project in Qinghai, Sichuan and Yunnan Provinces (2019-2020)

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With the funding support from UNFPA Innovation Fund and the Danish Government, UNFPA China’s pilot project designed and implemented with Marie Stopes International China on comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) offers an innovative solution for provision of sexuality education through live streaming to young people in remote areas.

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UNFPA China: Who we are

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UNFPA aims to achieve three zeros by 2030 – zero unmet need for contraception, zero preventable maternal deaths, and zero violence or harmful practices against women and girls.

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The State of the World's Midwifery 2021

Situation Report

The State of the World’s Midwifery (SoWMy) 2021 builds on previous reports in the SoWMy series and represents an unprecedented effort to document the whole world’s Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Adolescent Health (SRMNAH) workforce, with a particular focus on midwives. It calls for urgent investment in midwives to enable them to fulfil their potential to contribute towards UHC and the SDG agenda.

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State of World Population 2021

State of World Population Report

We have the inherent right to choose what we do with our body, to ensure its protection and care, to pursue its expression. The quality of our lives depends on it. In fact, our lives themselves depend on it.

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State of World Population 2021: Highlights

State of World Population Report

My Body is My Own - Claiming the right to autonomy and self-determination

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UNFPA Country Programme Document for China (2021-2025)

Technical Reports and Document

UNFPA Country Programme Document for China (2021-2025)

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Socioeconomic impact assessment of the COVID-19 pandemic in five poverty counties in China

Socioeconomic impact assessment of the COVID-19 pandemic in five poverty counties in China

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According to the Sustainable Development Report 2020, by late 2019, the world was not on track to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and COVID-19 has brought even more challenges in SDGs attainment. While China has lifted 750 million out of poverty over the last four decades and it is set to eliminate absolute rural poverty by 2020, more efforts are still needed in preventing those people sliding back to poverty. As of the end of 2019, about 5.51 million rural people in the country remained in poverty, while many others were no longer classified as poor, but are still close to the poverty line. These two groups are especially vulnerable during times of crisis, such as COVID-19, economically, socially and in terms of health.

To understand and respond to the effects of COVID-19 on these and other groups at risk, the United Nation Development Program and the China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchanges, jointly assessed the socioeconomic impact of COVID-19 on five officially designated poverty-stricken counties in China, with the support of Office of the Resident Coordinator, the United Nations Children’s Fund and the United Nations Population Fund.

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