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Mental Health & Psychosocial Needs Assessment of Myanmar’s LGBTQI Community

Wellbeing, everyday realities and service provision

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THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR
The 2019 Inter-censal Survey The Union Report

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THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR

The 2019 Inter-censal Survey Appendix Tables

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THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR

The 2019 Inter-censal Survey Key Findings
 

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The crowdsourcing initiatives was conducted from the 4th to 25th of May 2020. Responses were collected via Facebook comment box and Google Forms.

 

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The data collection for Myanmar 2019 Inter-Censal Survey was organized during November 2019 and February 2020. This is the Provisional Result of 2019 Inter-Censal Survey which was officially launched on 31 August 2020.

Data files related to Migration, WASH, Population, Older Persons, Labour Force, Housing, Fertility & Mortality, Education and Disability are available in both Myanmar and English version. Those data files in excel format can be downloaded via the Department of Population website here.

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2018 Health Facility Assessment for Reproductive Health Commodities and Services

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2017 Health Facility Assessment for Reproductive Health Commodities and Services

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This case study focuses on the delivery of integrated services for gender-based violence and sexual reproductive health and rights to conflict-affected communities in Myanmar. The integration approach gives clients better access to a wider range of related services. On the provider side, integration improves the efficiency of both management and service provision.

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In 2018, UNFPA Myanmar provided integrated sexual and reproductive health and rights/gender-based violence services to over 200,000 conflict-affected people; supplied US$1.3 million worth of contraceptives; reached over 70,000 youth with sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services; and trained 1,300 township stakeholders in hard-to-reach areas to use census data for development.

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