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This publication is the third report in the series of lessons learnt and best practices in reproductive health supported by UNFPA in 2007. The report documents changing patterns of reproductive health knowledge and behaviour of the ethnic minority community in mountainous provinces. It was published in both English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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Based on of the results of the 2004 Viet Nam Migration Survey conducted by General Statistics Office, this booklet summarizes the major findings of the survey as well as information from other reliable sources, so that non-demographers can have a better understanding of the situation of internal migration in Viet Nam. It was published in June 2007 in both English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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UNFPA and the Government of Viet Nam have been working together to address population, gender and reproductive health issues since 1977. This commemorative report celebrates the achievements of the past 30 years and points to future challenges. It was published in October 2007 in both English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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It is the third in a series of annual booklets on population trends published by UNFPA-Viet Nam. The booklet investigates rising concerns that the sex ratio at birth, or the number of boys born to every 100 girls, is becoming unbalanced, a risk factor that must be addressed now. It was published in September 2007 both in English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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The qualitative review was undertaken in 2006 to indentify successful Gender-based violence programming in Viet Nam, the challenges faced, and future areas of proposed action. It is intended to inform policy makers, programme managers and concerned agencies about the design and implementation of GBV related programmes /projects crucial for achieving the objectives of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and the International Conference on Population and Development in Viet Nam. It was published in October 2007 in both English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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This publication is the fourth report in the series of lessons learnt and best practices in reproductive health supported by UNFPA in 2007. The report documents lessons learned relating to training interventions for reproductive health providers in mountainous provinces. It was published in 2007 in both English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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This survey report provides valuable information on the provision and quality of reproductive health services in light of the National Standards and Guidelines for Reproductive Health Care Services. In addition, the report describes the planning, monitoring and evaluation process undertaken by UNFPA and concerned organisations for the Country Programme. It was published in 2006 in both English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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This report reviews the Sixth Country Programme (CP6) in terms of programme implementation, achievements, lessons learnt and recommendations. It also serves as basic orientations for the Seventh Country Programme (CP7) between the Government and UNFPA in 2006-2010. It was published in 2006 in both English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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The study based on the results of Viet Nam Migration Survey 2004 conducted by the General Statistics Office. It is a further step in the on-going analyses of the relationships between migration and health. It was published in December 2006 both in English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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Based on the results of Viet Nam Migration Survey 2004 conducted by the General Statistics Office, the study is a further step in the on-going analyses of the relationships between employment and labor market participation, housing and other living conditions. It aims to assess how the quality of life of migrants is impacted by factors including with migration type, migration registration status and length of time spent at the destination. It was published in December 2006 both in English and Vietnamese.

 

 

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