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2005 Population 35 or older abortion is permitted Adolescent fertility Level Annual rural growth births to women change desired Major concern Major concern contraception control HIV/AIDS desired Major change Direct support Direct distribution Population density Family reunification Fertility and family foetal impairment growth rate percentage Health and mortality high Too high Immigration View Satisfactory implemented to control incest infected adults thousands information/education campaigns Integration of non-nationals International migrant stock intervention No intervention Level of concern Major change desired Maternal mortality ratio migrant stock Number migrants thousands Number of infected Number of migrants Percentage of births Percentage of population policies Population policy Policy Maintain Maintain Population age structure Population indicators Indicator Population policy variable Population size thousands preserve physical health prevalence rate percentage rural areas Satisfactory Policy Maintain Satisfactory Satisfactory Policy Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory support Direct support Total fertility births urban agglomerations urban areas View on fertility View on spatial View Satisfactory Satisfactory
Page v - Division provides guidance to the United Nations General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council and the Commission on Population and Development on population and development issues.
Page v - The monitoring of population policies at the international level has a long history that dates back to the World Population Plan of Action2 adopted at the World Population Conference held at Bucharest in 1974. The Plan of Action was the first international instrument on population policy. Within the framework of the Plan of Action, population policies were defined in terms of all policies and programmes — including social and economic policies — concerned with the major population variables:...
Page v - ... cooperation and mutual respect and understanding between nations; (g) Every State should meet the special needs of young people in the areas of responsible family-planning practice, family life, sexual and reproductive health, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV infection and AIDS prevention, consistent with the Programme of Action...
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