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BOTSWANA DOMESTICATED SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS INDICATORS BASELINE STATS BRIEF

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This Stats Brief presents baseline data of the Botswana Domesticated Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Indicator Framework indicators. This framework includes all global SDGs indicators that are applicable to Botswana. The framework was developed through extensive consultation by Statistics Botswana of many stakeholders within and outside the National Statistical System (NSS).
These indicators are to be used to monitor, inform on and track the progress that Botswana is making towards achieving the SDGs by 2030. For the tacking to be done, there is a need to have baseline data for each of the indicators, as this forms, a key reference point against which future data on the indicator is compared. The base year for the SDGs indicators is 2016.
 

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Special Newsletter: Demographic Dividend Report Launch

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Titled Opportunities and Policy Actions to Maximise the Demographic Dividend in Botswana,  this study analysed Botswana's population dynamics and age-structure changes in the medium to long-term, and the implications that these aspects will have on the countries ability to maximise its demographic dividend.

 

 

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The Power of Choice: Reproductive Rights and the Demographic Transition

State of World Population Report

Not so long ago, most people had large families: five children, on average. Where once there was one global fertility rate, today there are many, with differences wider than at any point in human history.

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Integration of SRHR/HIV services in Botswana

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The integration of SRH and HIV services has wide acceptance and support from stakeholders in Botswana
who believe that this is an important strategy to address SRHR and HIV challenges in the country. In
partnership with UNAIDS and UNFPA, an assessment was done in 2014 of 9 pilot sites in Botswana where
SRH and HIV services were integrated. The goal of the assessment was to assess improvements and
efficiencies gained from integration of health services and describe resources necessary for successful
scale up of SRH and HIV linkages in Botswana.

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Opportunities and Policy Actions to Maximize the Demographic Dividend in Botswana

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Botswana Government committed to undertaking the study and the Demographic Dividend report was produced. Titled Opportunities and Policy Actions to Maximise the Demographic Dividend in Botswana, this study analyzed Botswana’s population dynamics and age-structure changes in the medium to long-term, and the implications that these aspects will have on the country’s ability to maximize its demographic dividend (DD).

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Population Update Newsletter

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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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State of World Population Report 2017 (SWOP 2017)

State of World Population Report

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

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UN Botswana Gender Score Card Review Report

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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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Country Programme (2010-2016) End of Cycle Evaluation UNFPA Botswana

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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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