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Nation-wide survey shapes improvements for public sector reproductive health supplies and services 

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The State of the World’s Midwifery (SoWMy) 2014 presents findings on midwifery from 73 low and middle- income countries.

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This document outlines the activities of the Myanmar Census Office. 

                        

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The Population and Housing Census Law
(The PyidaungsuHluttaw Law No. 19, 2013)
The 7th Waning Waso, 1375 M.E
(29th July, 2013) 
                                    
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The success of a census is measured by the accuracy of the data collected. To get accurate census data, the information collected from respondents during the data collection should be complete and truthful. But complete and truthful responses can only be obtained if the public is both aware and supportive of the census process.

                                    

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The manual is a handy desk reference for health workers who provide primary health care services to adolescents and youth. It is designed as a step-by-step guide on how to communicate more effectively and with greater sensitivity when adolescents and youth visit health services.

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The brochure outlines the benefits, challenges and costs associated with the 2014 census. 

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This document sets Service Standards on Adolescent and Youth Health Care. It describes, for example, how services need to be arranged and how clinics need to link with community. It also provides guidance for facility managers and community leaders. 

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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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Accurate and correct population information will help improve the standards of living in Myanmar. 

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