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PositionNews from ICM members and partners - United Nations Fund for Population Activities - Brief Article

The UNFPA State of the World Population Report 2004 finds that gender gaps as well as those between rich and poor undermine advances made since the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo. The report looks at implementation of programmes adopted in Cairo focusing on reproductive health, family planning and efforts to reduce poverty.

Among successes in reducing maternal death, the report highlights that 'In China, Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, Jordan, .Mexico, Mongolia, Sri Lanka and Tunisia, deaths have been reduced significantly over the past decade. Common to all these countries' safe...

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