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UNFPA Botswana is pleased to share with you the Population Update Newsletter for the 3rd Quarter, 2017. 

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The State of the World Population Report (SWOP) is launched by United Nations member states each year to address topical Population and Development issues.

The 2017 SWOP report is under the theme: “Worlds Apart: Reproductive Health and Rights in an Age of Inequality”.

 

The 2017 report shows how economic inequality reinforces, and is reinforced by inequalities in sexual and reproductive health.

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Government of Botswana/UNFPA 6th Country Programme (2017-2021)

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The report presents the results of the final evaluation of the Government of Botswana (GoB)/UNFPA country programme 2010-2016. The purpose of the evaluation was to enhance UNFPA’s accountability and contribute to the evidence base to inform the next country programme (CP). 

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The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) Performance Indicators for Gender Equality Scorecard provides a global and standardised accountability framework for assessing the effectiveness
of gender mainstreaming by the UNCT. 
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The window of opportunity to harness the Demographic Dividend is temporarily open for Botswana.
 
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UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, expands the possibilities for women and young people to lead healthy and productive lives.
 
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Changing the Lives of Women and Girls
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The Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health programme aims to strengthen national capacity to improve and expand comprehensive adolescent sexual and reproductive health programmes including HIV prevention. 
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Linking efforts to improve Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) with HIV services is vitally important. HIV is sexually transmitted or associated with pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding, and the presence of certain Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) further increases the risk of HIV transmission. Sexual and reproductive ill health and HIV often share root causes, including poverty, gender inequality, and the social marginalization of vulnerable groups. Linking SRHR and HIV is expected to improve health outcomes by improving access to and uptake of services, reducing stigma and discrimination, streamlining services and reducing duplication of efforts, increasing the efficient utilization of human resources, and increasing the cost-effectiveness of efforts.
 
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