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This paper focuses on internal economic migration in Viet Nam. It is important to recognise the continuities between internal and international migration trends, as well as their shared capacity to significantly contribute to the socio-economic development of Viet Nam.

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The publication analyzes the sample data of the 2009 Population and Housing Census on the imbalances of the Sex Ratio at Birth (SRB) in Viet Nam. It provides detailed analysis of the data on the level, trends, regional and demographic variations of the SRB across Viet Nam.

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Based on the data from the Population and Housing Censuses in 1979-2009 as well as the population projections, the aim of this report is to analyze changes in the age structure of the Vietnamese population in the past and the future.

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This advocacy brief highlights five main ways in which internal migration affects and is affected by socio-economic development

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The report also offers a number of concrete conclusions and valuable recommendations for Viet Nam in the years ahead.

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In publishing this booklet, UNFPA hopes to update and inform readers on the current population status, helping them to better understand the emerging issues in Viet Nam of fertility, mortality, population growth and sex ratio at birth.

 

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The report also offers a number of concrete conclusions and valuable recommendations for Viet Nam in the years ahead.

 

 

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This publication is the sixth report in the series of lessons learnt and best practices in reproductive health supported by UNFPA in 2007. The report analyses the level of migrant demand for reproductive health care; determines how the provincial Trade Union and Youth Union disseminate reproductive health information; assesses the availability of reproductive health care services. It also proposes recommendations for improved provision of reproductive health information and services to young migrants.

 

 

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This publication is the seventh report in the series of lessons learnt and best practices in reproductive health supported by UNFPA in 2007. This report documents and analyzes the results of a small, qualitative study of reproductive health delivery and services provided to ethnic minority people living in three communes located in mountainous and remote districts of Binh Dinh province, Viet Nam.

 

 

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The toolkit is a supplement to the UNFPA programming guidelines. It provides guidance and options for UNFPA Country Office staff to improve planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) activities in the context of results based programme management. It is also useful for programme managers at headquarters and for national programme managers and counterparts.

 

 

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