Better Data for More Effective Policies and Programmes - Small Area Estimation. UNFPA. (2020)

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This brochure describes a method of Small Area Estimation that combines census and household survey data. It also presents a case study based on data from Nepal. The case study illustrates the use of census as well as demographic and health survey data to generate estimates of three family planning related indicators for Village Development Committees and Municipalities in rural and urban areas, respectively.

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The Inter-Agency Minimum Standards for Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies Programming. UNFPA. (2019)

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This resource presents 16 Minimum Standards for the prevention of and response to gender-based violence in emergencies. As a whole, the 16 Minimum Standards define what agencies working on specialized gender-based violence programming need to achieve to prevent and respond to gender-based violence, and deliver multisectoral services. The objective of the Minimum Standards is to establish a common understanding of what constitutes minimum prevention and response programming in emergencies.

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Humanitarian Action 2020 Overview. UNFPA. (2020)

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UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, appeals for $683 million to provide life-saving reproductive health and protection services to 48 million women, girls and young people, including 4 million pregnant women, in 57 countries affected by conflict or natural disasters in 2020.

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Costing the Three Transformative Results. Johns Hopkins University, Avenir Health, Victoria University, Institute of Health, Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington and UNFPA. (2020)

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Costing the Three Transformative Results focuses on new research to estimate the costs associated the global effort led by UNFPA to: (a) end preventable maternal deaths, (b) end the unmet need for family planning, and (c) end gender-based violence and all harmful practices, including child marriage and female genital mutilation.

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The Global Plan To End TB 2018-2022. Stop TB Partnership. (2019)

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The goal of the Global Plan is to provide a costed blueprint for actions that countries should take to fulfil the targets and commitments in the Political Declaration of the UNHLM on TB and to get on track to end TB as outlined in the WHO’s End TB Strategy and the SDGs.

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Stop TB Partnership TB Stigma Assessment - Implementation Handbook. Stop TB Partnership and UNOPS. (2019)

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Tuberculosis (TB) is curable but it still kills more people globally than any other single infectious disease. This is mainly due to challenges in accessing quality, affordable and equitable TB services and care. Millions of people affected by TB endure its hardships and manage to survive despite these barriers, which are driven by and heightened by TB stigma. Put simply, to end TB, we must end TB stigma.

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Tuberculosis Research Funding Trends 2005 – 2018. Treatment Action Group (TAG) and Stop TB Partnership. (2019)

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TAG’s latest report on global funding for TB research and development (R&D), published in collaboration with the Stop TB Partnership, presents new data on TB R&D funding in 2018 and analyzes trends in funding since 2005. The report—Tuberculosis Research Funding Trends, 2005–2018—is a critical accountability tool and serves as a barometer of progress in raising support for the scientific innovation needed to eliminate TB.

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Declaration of the Rights of People Affected by Tuberculosis. Stop TB Partnership. (2019)

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Recognizing that the promotion and protection of the human rights of people affected by tuberculosis is a legal, ethical and moral imperative, as well as of crucial importance for the effectiveness of the response to the epidemic and the relief of suffering among affected individuals and communitie.

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Funding for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Low- and Middle-income Countries: Threats, Outlook and Opportunities. Schäferhoff M, Hoog SV, Martinez S, Fewer S and Yamey G. (2019)

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Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) are essential for reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for health. The Guttmacher-Lancet Commission found that meeting the unmet need for contraception for 214 million women in developing regions would avert an additional 67 million unintended pregnancies in 2017. If combined with full care for pregnant women and newborns, this reduction in unplanned pregnancies would reduce maternal deaths by 73% (from 308,000 to 84,000) and newborn deaths by 80% (from 2.7 million to about 538,000).

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