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Gender-based violence is an umbrella term for any harmful act perpetrated on the basis of socially constructed gender roles. 

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Strategic Plan 2008-2013 Development Results Framework

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The findings of this report were intended to generate baseline data, identify gaps and make recommendations. To this end, a Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) survey was carried out among hearing impaired adolescents and adult population in May and June of 2010. 

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Gender-based violence is an umbrella term for any harmful act perpetrated on the basis of socially constructed gender roles. 

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Outcome 1.1: Population dynamics and its inter-linkages with gender equality, sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS incorporated in public policies, poverty reduction plans and expenditure frameworksIndicator 1: Proportion of national development plans/policies (NDPs), including poverty reduction strategies (PRSs) that incorporate population dynamics, reproductive health, including HIV/AIDS and gender equalityIndicator 2: Resource mobilized for population activities

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Youths under 25 years make up almost 50 percent of the population in Guyana. According to the 2002 Population and Housing Census, adolescents aged 10–14 years accounted for 10.8 percent while the 15– 19 year-olds accounted for 8.9 percent of the population

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The findings of this report were intended to generate baseline data, identify gaps and make recommendations. To this end, a Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) survey was carried out among hearing impaired adolescents and adult population in May and June of 2010.

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While this generation of young people face many challenges and risks that impact directly on their physical, emotional and mental health and well-being there are enormous opportunities and benefits that could accrue to the Region by investing in young people.

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At the International Conference on Population on Development (ICPD) held in 1994 in Cairo, Egypt, industrialized and developing countries alike forged an inspiring and farsighted plan that integrated a wide range of population, development and human rights issues into a blueprint for 20 years of action.  Concrete goals of the ICPD centered on providing universal education; reducing infant, child and maternal mortality; and ensuring universal access by 2015 to reproductive health care, including family planning, assisted childbirth and prevention of sexually transmitted infections including HIV and AIDS.  This year (2009) marks the 15th anniversaryof the ICPD and reminds us of the five years remaining to fulfill the commitments made in Cairo.

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2009 COAR submission in the i-Track Remote Data Entry Facilty (RDEF)

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