Mongolia Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey: Preliminary Report. National Statistical Office and UNICEF (2000)

Mongolia Child and Development 2005 Survey (MICS-3). National Statistical Office and UNICEF (2007) At the World Summit for Children held in New York in 1990, the government of Mongolia committed itself to a Declaration and Plan of Action for Children. Subsequently, a National Programme of Action for Children was developed and approved in 1993. In order to improve the coordination of the activities for children and implement the National Program of Action(NPA), the government of Mongolia established the Working Committee that represent all the sectoral Ministries and NGOs working in child related matters.

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Preliminary Report for Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2000. National Statistical Center Lao PDR and UNICEF (2000)

Preliminary Report for Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2000. National Statistical Center Laos and UNICEF (2000) The National Health Survey for 2000 was a sample survey, which covered the whole country and can be analysis by regional. The survey is carried out by the National Institute of Public Health (NIOPH), Ministry of Health and the National Statistical Center (NSC) under the State Planning Committee. The survey was mainly financial and technical supported by UNICEF- Laos Office. In addition, it was also supported by the MOH, WHO, WFP, Lao-EU Malaria Program, GTZ, and JICA.

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Violence against Women and HIV/AIDS: Setting the Research Agenda. WHO (2000)

Violence against Women and HIV/AIDS: Setting the Research Agenda. WHO (2000) Violence and the fear of violence are emerging as an important risk factor contributing to the vulnerability to HIV infection for women.The extent to which individuals who are HIV infected, particularly women, are vulnerable to violence is also an issue of concern.

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1999 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey: Philippines. National Statistics Office Philippines and UNICEF (1999)

1999 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey. NSO-UNICEF (1999) Most Filipinos know that children inherently have rights. The 1999 MICS finds that majority of women and caretakers of children can easily identify a child’s right to have education.

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AIDS and HIV Infection Information: Information for United Nations Employees and Their Families. UNAIDS (1999)

AIDS and HIV Infection Information: Information for United Nations Employees and Their Families. UNAIDS (1999) AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, a pattern of devastating infections caused by the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, which attacks and destroys certain white blood cells that are essential to the body's immune system

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Changing Times Information about Puberty of Boys and Girls. Kanabus A, Lawrence J and Forrest S (1999)

Changing Times Information about Puberty of Boys and Girls. Kanabus A, Lawrence J and Forrest S (1999) This booklet is based on the questions young people often ask about the physical and emotional changes that are associated with puberty. Young people are interested in finding out about the ‘facts of life’, and some learn a great deal before they reach puberty. Most will have talked with their parents and friends and picked up information in school. But it can be difficult for young people to ask questions about puberty and for their parents or guardians to find the right time to talk with them.

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Emerging Issues and Challenges for Women, Young People & Infants. UNAIDS (1999)

Emerging Issues and Challenges for Women, Young People & Infants. UNAIDS (1999) In badly affected countries, the socioeconomic effect of this most destructive disease is measured in declining per capita incomes, shrinking profits in labour-intensive businesses, loss of productivity from cultivated land, and deteriorating public services such as health, welfare and education, as key staff fall ill and die. AIDS undermines the future, too, as families and communities struggle with the burdens of sick people and orphaned children, building up debts and frequently having to remove children from school because of lack of funds or because the labour of even the littlest is needed to help the family survive.

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Gender and HIV/AIDS: Taking Stock of Research and Programmes. UNAIDS (1999)

Gender and HIV/AIDS: Taking Stock of Research and Programmes. UNAIDS (1999) Individual risk of HIV/AIDS is influenced by cognitive, attitudinal and behavioural factors - what people know and how they understand it, what people feel about situations and about others, and what people do. Societal vulnerability to HIV/AIDS stems from sociocultural, eco- nomic and political factors that limit individuals’ options to reduce their risk.

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