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Investment Case on Ending Unmet Need for Family Planning in Turkmenistan

Technical Reports and Document

The Government of Turkmenistan, with UNFPA support, conducted an Investment Case to determine the cost of ending the unmet need for family planning by 2030.  Following the commitments made in Nairobi, Turkmenistan initiated the study using a global methodology developed by UNFPA jointly with Johns Hopkins University, Victoria University, and the University of Washington and Avenir Health. 

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Policy Brief "Rights and Choices for All: Adolescents and Youth"

Fact Sheet

The Policy Brief provides an issue overview for the situation of adolescents and youth globally and in Turkmenistan, explores trends in Turkmenistan, UNFPA's support, and new priorities and opportunities for partnership during 2021-2025.

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Policy Brief "Rights and Choices for All: Family Planning"

Fact Sheet

The Policy Brief provides an issue overview for achieving universal access to reproductive health, including family planning globally and in Turkmenistan, explores trends in Turkmenistan, UNFPA's support and new priorities and opportunities for partnership during 2021-2025.

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Policy Brief "Rights and Choices for All: Empowering women to live with dignity and freedom from fear"

Fact Sheet

The Policy Brief provides an issue overview for gender equality, including gender-based violence globally and in Turkmenistan, explores trends in Turkmenistan, UNFPA's support, and new priorities and opportunities for partnership during 2021-2025.

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Policy Brief "Rights and Choices for All: Maternal Health"

Fact Sheet

The Policy Brief provides an issue overview for maternal health and ending preventable maternal deaths globally and in Turkmenistan, explores trends in Turkmenistan, UNFPA's support, and new priorities and opportunities for partnership during 2021-2025.

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Policy Brief "Rights and Choices for All: Understanding Population Dynamics"

Fact Sheet

The Policy Brief provides an issue overview for the importance of population data for development globally and in Turkmenistan, explores trends in Turkmenistan, UNFPA's support, and new priorities and opportunities for partnership during 2021-2025.

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World Humanitarian Summit: Factsheet - Placing Women and Girls at the Centre

Technical Reports and Document

In times of upheaval, pregnancy-related deaths and sexual violence increase. Reproductive health services - including prenatal care, skilled attendance at birth and emergency obstetric care - are often impacted and sometimes unavailable. Young people become more vulnerable to unsafe sex leading to HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, and sexual exploitation. And many women lose access to family planning services, exposing them to unwanted pregnancy in perilous conditions. 

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State of World Population 2015

State of World Population Report

Shelter From the Storm: A transformative agenda for women and girls in a crisis-prone world

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Report On key findings from the Health Behavior in School-aged Children (HBSC) random sampling survey among secondary school students of Turkmenistan

Technical Reports and Document

The WHO identifies adolescence as the period in human growth and development from ages 10 to 19. It is a period of sexual development starting from appearance of secondary sexual characters up to onset of sexual maturation; a period of behavior characteristic for adults is formed; a period of transition from full social and economic dependence on adults towards relative independence. 

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State of the World Population 2012 (global)

Publications

The right of the individual to freely and responsibly decide how many children to have and when to have them has been the guiding principle in sexual and reproductive health, including family planning for decades, but especially since 1994, when 179 governments came together and adopted the groundbreaking Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development, the ICPD. 

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