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The Socio-Demographic and Economic Survey (SDES) in Parwan Province was carried out successfully in September 2014. This is the fourth batch of provinces, together with Kapisa Province, which undertook SDES after the successful completion of Kabul Province. This is a continuing project initiated in 2011 in Bamiyan by the Central Statistics Organization (CSO) of Afghanistan and is being rolled out to other provinces with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) providing technical support. 

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The Socio-Demographic and Economic Survey (SDES) in Kapisa Province was carried out successfully in September 2014 despite the security problem. This is the fourth batch of provinces, simultaneous with Parwan Province, which undertook SDES after the successful completion of Kabul Province. This is a continuing project initiated in 2011 in Bamiyan by the Central Statistics Organization (CSO) of Afghanistan and is being rolled out to other provinces with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) providing technical support. 

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This publication outlines the Country Programme Action Plan from 2015-2019 between the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and UNFPA.

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Samangan Socio-demographic and Economic Survey

Samangan Socio-demographic and Economic Survey

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The Office of the Deputy Ministry of Youth Affairs (DMoYA) has developed the first ever Afghanistan National Youth Policy (ANYP) to ensure that investments in youth benefit them equally and lead to their development. 

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The very importance of population data in the formulation of government policies up to their implementation and monitoring can never be over‐emphasized. Population data provides essential information which is used in the preparation of efficient and effective development programs for the welfare of the people.   Lack of up‐to‐date and accurate data hinders any development of an area since data are important for evidence‐based planning, programme development, and project monitoring. 

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Afghanistan is in a period of transition. By the end of 2014, the majority of international forces will have withdrawn from the country and Afghanistan’s national security forces will take over full responsibility. This process of transition from dependence towards self-reliance is the essence of adolescence which is why this is considered the most critical stage of a person’s life. 

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By working together, both internal and external stakeholders can support these initiatives and ensure that gains in Afghan midwifery are consolidated so the vision of Midwifery2030 can be achieved.

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