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Population Situation Analysis of Nepal (With Respect to Sustainable Development) UNFPA Nepal 2017
Abstract:
The year 2014 marked the end of the successful implementation of a 20-year Programme of Action (PoA) endorsed by the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo, Egypt in 1994. In September 2014, in its resolution 65/234 on the review of the implementation of the PoA of the ICPD and its follow-up beyond 2014, the General Assembly underscored the need for a systematic, integrated and comprehensive approach to population and development, one that would respond to new challenges relevant to population and development and to the changing development environment, as well as reinforce the integration of the population and development agenda in global processes related to development 1. The findings and conclusions of the operational review suggest a new framework for population and development beyond 2014 built on five thematic pillars: (i) health; (ii) dignity and human rights; (iii) place and mobility; (iv) governance and accountability; and (v) sustainability. The United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) activities call for an increased strategic focus, based on the needs, priorities, and national development strategies of individual countries. The Population Situation Analysis (PSA), a conceptual and methodological guide developed in 2010 by the Technical Division of UNFPA Headquarters, expresses the commitment of the Fund to mainstream population dynamics, reproductive health, and gender issues into National Development Strategies, explicitly adopting a human rights, cultural and gender perspectives. It responds to the demand by countries that international cooperation should promote national capacity-building and recognize national ownership and leadership as prerequisites for development, in accordance with the principles agreed at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and the Millennium Declaration. #FEDERALSTATE #CBR #CDR #POPULATIONPYRAMID #DEPENDENCYRATIO #CHILDMARRIAGE #DIGNITY #WOMENEMPOWERMENT #SEXUALVIOLENCE #CONTRACEPTION #SAMPLESURVEY #SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT #SDGs #SDGs2017 #NEPAL
Publisher: UNFPA Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
POPULATION, POPULATION DYNAMICS, POPULATION SIZE, POPULATION GROWTH, CENSUS DATA, FERTILITY, BIRTH RATE, MORTALITY, DEATH RATE, MIGRANTS, CHILDREN, AGE-SEX DISTRIBUTION, DEPENDENTS, ECONOMIC GROWTH, EMPLOYMENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, WOMEN, CASTE, ETHNICITY, HUMAN RIGHTS, POVERTY, GENDER EQUALITY, EARLY MARRIAGE, FORCED MARRIAGE, MARRIED WOMEN, PREGNANT WOMEN, AGEING, DISABILITY, ADOLESCENCE, YOUTH, GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, LITERACY, DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH, NUTRITION, FAMILY PLANNING, FEMALE CONTRACEPTION
Thematic Group:
UNFPA, (2017)
Thesaurus:
08.01.00 - Population Dynamics
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Feeder: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Editor: , Auditor:
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Population Situation Analysis of Nepal (With Respect to Sustainable Development) UNFPA Nepal 2017
Abstract:
The year 2014 marked the end of the successful implementation of a 20-year Programme of Action (PoA) endorsed by the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo, Egypt in 1994. In September 2014, in its resolution 65/234 on the review of the implementation of the PoA of the ICPD and its follow-up beyond 2014, the General Assembly underscored the need for a systematic, integrated and comprehensive approach to population and development, one that would respond to new challenges relevant to population and development and to the changing development environment, as well as reinforce the integration of the population and development agenda in global processes related to development 1. The findings and conclusions of the operational review suggest a new framework for population and development beyond 2014 built on five thematic pillars: (i) health; (ii) dignity and human rights; (iii) place and mobility; (iv) governance and accountability; and (v) sustainability. The United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) activities call for an increased strategic focus, based on the needs, priorities, and national development strategies of individual countries. The Population Situation Analysis (PSA), a conceptual and methodological guide developed in 2010 by the Technical Division of UNFPA Headquarters, expresses the commitment of the Fund to mainstream population dynamics, reproductive health, and gender issues into National Development Strategies, explicitly adopting a human rights, cultural and gender perspectives. It responds to the demand by countries that international cooperation should promote national capacity-building and recognize national ownership and leadership as prerequisites for development, in accordance with the principles agreed at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and the Millennium Declaration. #FEDERALSTATE #CBR #CDR #POPULATIONPYRAMID #DEPENDENCYRATIO #CHILDMARRIAGE #DIGNITY #WOMENEMPOWERMENT #SEXUALVIOLENCE #CONTRACEPTION #SAMPLESURVEY #NEPAL
Publisher: UNFPA Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
POPULATION, POPULATION DYNAMICS, POPULATION SIZE, POPULATION GROWTH, CENSUS DATA, FERTILITY, BIRTH RATE, MORTALITY, DEATH RATE, MIGRANTS, CHILDREN, AGE-SEX DISTRIBUTION, DEPENDENTS, ECONOMIC GROWTH, EMPLOYMENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, WOMEN, CASTE, ETHNICITY, HUMAN RIGHTS, POVERTY, GENDER EQUALITY, EARLY MARRIAGE, FORCED MARRIAGE, MARRIED WOMEN, PREGNANT WOMEN, AGEING, DISABILITY, ADOLESCENCE, YOUTH, GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, LITERACY, DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH, NUTRITION, FAMILY PLANNING, FEMALE CONTRACEPTION
Thematic Group:
UNFPA, (2017)
Thesaurus:
08.01.00 - Population Dynamics
PDF | File Size: 5.5 MB   Download
Feeder: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Population Situation Analysis of Nepal (With Respect to Sustainable Development) UNFPA Nepal 2017
Abstract:
The year 2014 marked the end of the successful implementation of a 20-year Programme of Action (PoA) endorsed by the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo, Egypt in 1994. In September 2014, in its resolution 65/234 on the review of the implementation of the PoA of the ICPD and its follow-up beyond 2014, the General Assembly underscored the need for a systematic, integrated and comprehensive approach to population and development, one that would respond to new challenges relevant to population and development and to the changing development environment, as well as reinforce the integration of the population and development agenda in global processes related to development 1. The findings and conclusions of the operational review suggest a new framework for population and development beyond 2014 built on five thematic pillars: (i) health; (ii) dignity and human rights; (iii) place and mobility; (iv) governance and accountability; and (v) sustainability. The United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) activities call for an increased strategic focus, based on the needs, priorities, and national development strategies of individual countries. The Population Situation Analysis (PSA), a conceptual and methodological guide developed in 2010 by the Technical Division of UNFPA Headquarters, expresses the commitment of the Fund to mainstream population dynamics, reproductive health, and gender issues into National Development Strategies, explicitly adopting a human rights, cultural and gender perspectives. It responds to the demand by countries that international cooperation should promote national capacity-building and recognize national ownership and leadership as prerequisites for development, in accordance with the principles agreed at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and the Millennium Declaration. #FEDERALSTATE #CBR #CDR #POPULATIONPYRAMID #DEPENDENCYRATIO #CHILDMARRIAGE #DIGNITY #WOMENEMPOWERMENT #SEXUALVIOLENCE #NEPAL
Publisher: UNFPA Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
POPULATION, POPULATION DYNAMICS, POPULATION SIZE, POPULATION GROWTH, CENSUS DATA, FERTILITY, BIRTH RATE, MORTALITY, DEATH RATE, MIGRANTS, CHILDREN, AGE-SEX DISTRIBUTION, DEPENDENTS, ECONOMIC GROWTH, EMPLOYMENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, WOMEN, CASTE, ETHNICITY, HUMAN RIGHTS, POVERTY, GENDER EQUALITY, MARRIED WOMEN, GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, LITERACY
Thematic Group:
UNFPA, (2017)
Thesaurus:
08.01.00 - Population Dynamics
PDF | File Size: 5.5 MB   Download
Feeder: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Editor: , Auditor:
...