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All women in Myanmar are empowered and able to fully enjoy their rights with the support of the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Enabling systems, structures and practices are created for the advancement of women, gender equality, and the realization of women’s rights.

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The pamphlet outlines key messages regarding the census purpose and process. 

                                    

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A population census is a snapshot of a country at a particular moment in time. The picture we are taking will tell us how many people live in the country, their gender, age, living conditions, access to basic services, etc. This information is important for all of us. Myanmar’s next census will be held in March/April 2014. The Census Night is the 29th of March 2014

                                    

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World Population Day 2011: The World at 7 Billion

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UNFPA Myanmar supported and organized an independent situation analysis for population and development, reproductive health and gender in Myanmar. 

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The Operational Plan 2006 -2009 was developed following the development of the National Strategic Plan 2006 – 2010. The Operational Plan, using the National Strategic Plan as a guide for decisions on priorities and scaling up, provides a range of products associated with the planning, monitoring and implementation that require the input and involvement of many different stakeholders. 

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This booklet on UNFPA’s Programme of Assistance to Myanmar, updates readers on UNFPA’s mission and activities in the country.

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The Post-Nargis Recovery and Preparedness Plan (PONREPP) is a response to this progression, outlining an indicative three-year recovery plan which takes a peoplecentred approach of promoting productive lives, healthy lives, and protected lives. The PONREPP draws on the PONJA, the first Periodic Review of the cyclone-affected communities undertaken in October-November 2008, and the initial findings of the Social Impacts Monitoring study.

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Building on previous experiences and lessons learned by all partners about what works best in the specific context of Myanmar, the National Strategic Plan identifies the key principles underpinning both the plan itself and its future implementation. Among these are: the adherence to the “Three Ones” principles – One HIV and AIDS Action Framework; one National Coordinating Authority; and one Monitoring and Evaluation System – the participation of people living with HIV in every aspect and at every stage of the strategy, a primary emphasis on outcomes, defined as targeted behaviour changes and use of services; and a focus on the Township level with selected “Accelerated Townships” receiving support towards accelerated programme implementation.

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The 2007 Fertility and Reproductive Health Survey (FRHS) is the fourth in a series of demographic surveys taken at five-year intervals since 1991 to measure trends in demographic and other indicators.

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