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A Summary of Population Situation Analysis of the Republic of Kazakhstan 

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This strategy includes an analysis of current activities of the Almaty Youth Health Centre and an outline on the strategy and indices for the Centre’s development.

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State of World Population 2019 “UNFINISHED BUSINESS -the pursuit of rights and choices FOR ALL

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UNFPA supports Kazakhstan's efforts to ensure that every individual, woman and couple can exercise their right to decide when and how many children to have, as well as to have a healthy pregnancy and a safe delivery.

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UNFPA supports Kazakhstan's efforts to ensure reproductive rights of adolescents and young people, in particular access, access of adolescents and youth to sexual  and reproductive healthcare and relevant information and education. 

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UNFPA started working in Kazakhstan in 1992. Anchored in the collective UN Partnership for Development, the Government of Kazakhstan and UNFPA are currently implementing their fourth Country Programme (2016-2020). The areas of work are described in this brochure.

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Turkestan region Population Situation Analysis 2018

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Жасөспірімдер мен 15-19 жастағы жас адамдардың ұрпақты болу денсаулығының жай-күйі, олардың сексуалдық мінез-құлқы мен ұрпақты болу (репродуктивті) денсаулығы саласындағы қызметтер мен ақпаратка қолжетімділігін зерделеу бойынша әлеуметтанушылық зерттеу

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The Power of Choice: Reproductive rights and the demographic transition

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Technical workshop on HIV and migration in Central Asian countries and the Russian Federation was held on 19-20 February in Astana, Kazakhstan. Organized by UNFPA in collaboration with UNAIDS, the meeting was hosted by the Government of Kazakhstan and supported by the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The main aim was to make an important contribution to: a) The internal preparation of the countries concerned on issues related to HIV and migration towards two important Conferences related to HIV and AIDS are taking place in 2018, in April in Moscow and in July in The Netherlands; b) improve the knowledge of the current situation and trends of “migration and HIV” in the region; c) facilitate exchange of experience and good practices and; d) look for joint efforts to respond to the HIV epidemic. It was designed as a platform for dialogue between rights holders and duty bearers on how to bring the countries’ policies, legislation and regulations in accordance with international standards and good practices.

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