Publications

New Releases

THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMARThe 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing CensusCensus Report Volume 3-A (Kachin State Report)

Full review

A safe space is a formal or informal, static or mobile place, where women and girls feel physically and emotionally safe. ‘Safe’ means that women and girls meet in these spaces without fear of trauma, excessive stress, violence (or fear of violence), or abuse. It is a space where women and girls feel comfortable and can enjoy the freedom to express themselves without the fear of judgment or harm.  

Full review

THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMARThe 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing CensusCensus Report Volume 3-C (Kayah State Report)

Full review

This Main Census Report - Union (Census Report Volume 2) - is the second in a series of publications to be released from the 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census (2014 MPHC). 

Full review

This publication, the Highlights of the Main Results, is designed to provide a quick reference for those interested to learn about the important highlights of the 2014 Population and Housing Census. 

Full review

Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) is a global initiative which works with governments, civil society, multi-lateral organisations, donors, the private sector and the research and development community. The goal is that by 2020 120 million more women and girls will have access to contraceptives.

Full review

Protect yourself and your family from violence

Full review

Violence against women and girls is one of the most prevalent human rights violations in the world. It knows no social, economic or national boundaries. Gender-based violence (GBV) is a term used to describe any harmful act that is perpetrated against a person’s will, and is based on socially ascribed norms. 

Full review

The Core Package for HIV Prevention amongst Key Affected Populations plays a key role in defining the minimum standards of service delivery that implementers must be able to provide to meet the needs of their target populations. As a result, many implementing partners and members of the key affected populations contributed their time, energy and enthusiasm into creating these guidelines. 

Full review

Pages