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South-South Cooperation provides a mean for countries to share perspectives and insights on development issues, enabling them to develop concrete solutions to development challenges. 

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The Government of Indonesia & UNFPA: 2016 Key Achievements

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ever -Partnered women have experienced at least 1 out of the following 4 types of violence: physical, sexual, emotional and economic in her lifetime . At least 16.4% women experienced it in the last 12 months.
-Cases of physical and/or sexual violence are highest among women of higher educational background (high school or higher) , those who are unemployed and those who live in urban area.
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Now more than ever, we must ensure that the marginalized, the forgotten—the ones often left behind—can exercise their fundamental human right to decide, free of coercion, discrimination and violence, when or how often to have children.

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She is 10 years old. Capable of rapidly absorbing wisdom and knowledge from those around her, she is poised to one day become an inspiring leader, a productive worker, an innovator, a caring parent or any of the other roles that power a thriving, dynamic society. She will shape the future of her community and our shared world.
 
A flurry of life-changing events pulls her in many directions. Where she ends up depends on the support she receives and the power she has to shape her own future.
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The theme of World Population Day 2013 is “Adolescent Pregnancy”. Globally, it is estimated that 16 million girls aged 15-19 give birth each year (World Health Organization 2011). As part of UNFPA’s review of this theme, Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, UNFPA Executive Director has highlighted that adolescent pregnancy is not simply a health issue because it is deeply rooted in fundamental rights concerns such as poverty, gender inequality, violence, child, forced marriage, power imbalances between girls and their partners, lack of education, and the failure of systems and institutions that otherwise should be protecting their rights. It is also clear that adolescent pregnancy is barrier to achieving effective development outcomes. Ultimately, the cost of adolescent pregnancy is lost potential, both for the girls and their communities. Pregnancy in young women often means they must give up goals of finishing secondary school and therefore the opportunities that would have otherwise been available to them.

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The Programme Management Implemetation Guidelines (PEDUM) is a document that guides the operationalization of programme implementation. It should be acknowledged that as modalities and policies change, this document should also reflect these changes in the form of revisions.  

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South-South Cooperation: Sharing Indonesia's Best Practices with the World

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This guidelines introduce important concepts of maternal deaths surveillance, including objectives, targets and special guidelines to implement every monitoring components. 

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We live in a world where humanitarian crises extract mounting costs from economies, communities and individuals. Wars and natural disasters make the headlines, at least initially. Less visible but also costly are the crises of fragility, vulnerability and growing inequality, confining millions of people to the most tenuous hopes for peace and development.
 

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