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State of World Population
Sections
Introduction
Population and Poverty
Population and the Environment
Migration and Urbanization
Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment
Reproductive Health and Family Planning
Maternal Health
Preventing HIV/AIDS
Adolescents and Young People
Reproductive Health for Communities in Crisis
Action Priorities
Notes
Sources for Boxes
Indicators
Graphs and Tables

Sources for boxes

CHAPTER 1

  1. UNFPA. 2004. Working from Within: Culturally Sensitive Approaches in UNFPA Programming. New York. UNFPA.

  2. United Nations. 2003. World Population Prospects: The 2002 Revision. New York: Population Division, Department Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations; and United Nations. 2003. The Impact of AIDS (ESA/P/WP.185). New York: Population Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations.

CHAPTER 2

  1. United Nations. 1995. Population and Development, vol. 1: Programme of Action adopted at the International Conference on Population and Development: Cairo: 5-13 September 1994. New York: Department of Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis, United Nations; and United Nations. 1999. Key Actions for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (A/S-21/5/Add.1). New York: United Nations.


  2. WHO and the World Bank. 2002. Dying for Change: Poor People’s Experience of Health and Ill Health. The Voices of the Poor Study. Geneva: WHO; Gwatkin, D., et al. 2003. Initial Country-level Information about Socio-Economic Differences in Health, Nutrition and Population, 2nd edition. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank; UNFPA. 2002. The State of World Population 2002: People, Poverty and Possibilities: Making Development Work for the Poor. New York: UNFPA; and United Nations. 2004. Review and Appraisal of the Progress Made In Achieving the Goals and Objectives of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development: Report of the Secretary-General (E/CN.9/2004/3). New York: Commission on Population and Development, Economic and Social Council, United Nations.

CHAPTER 3

  1. French, H. 2001. “Greening Globalization.” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 2(1): 25; French, H. 2004. “Linking Globalization, Consumption, and Governance,” p. 145. Ch. 7 in: State of the World 2004, by the Worldwatch Institute. 2004. New York: W.W. Norton; FAO. 2003a. State of the World’s Forest, p. 1. Rome: FAO; FAO. 2004. Fisheries Commodities Production and Trade 1976-2000. Electronic database. Web site: http://www.fao.org/fi/statist/fisoft/FISHPLUS.asp, last accessed 24 February 2004; and FAO. 2003b. World Agriculture: Towards 2015/2030, p.197. Rome: FAO; Myers, R., and B. Worm. 2003. “Rapid Worldwide Depletion of Predatory Fish Communities.” Nature 423: 280-283; Revkin, A. 15 May 2003. “Commercial Fleets Reduced Big Fish by 90 Percent, Study Says.” The New York Times, p. A16; and SeaWeb. 2003. “Cover Study of Nature Provides Startling New Evidence that Only 10 Percent of All Large Fish are Left in the Ocean.” Press release. Washington, D.C.: SeaWeb; Myers, R., and B. Worm. 2003. “Rapid Worldwide Depletion of Predatory Fish Communities.” Nature 423: 280-283; Revkin, A. 15 May 2003. “Commercial Fleets Reduced Big Fish by 90 Percent, Study Says.” The New York Times, p. A16; and SeaWeb. 2003. “Cover Study of Nature Provides Startling New Evidence that Only 10 Percent of All Large Fish are Left in the Ocean.” Press release. Washington, D.C.: SeaWeb; and Engelman, R., et al. 2000. People in the Balance: Population and Natural Resources at the Turn of the Millennium. Washington, D.C.: Population Action International; and Gardner, G., E. Assadourian, and R. Sarin. 2004. “The State of Consumption Today,” p. 17. Ch. 1 in: State of the World 2004, by the Worldwatch Institute. 2004. New York: W. W. Norton.


  2. Bradsher, K. 18 November 2003. “China Set to Act on Fuel Economy.” The New York Times, p. A1; and French, H. 2001. “Greening Globalization.” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 2(1): 25.

CHAPTER 4

  1. Balk, D., et al. 2004. “Methodologies to Improve Global Population Estimates in Urban and Rural Areas.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston, Massachusetts, 2 April, 2004. Extended abstract available on web site: http://paa2004.princeton.edu/abstractViewer.asp?submissionId=41835, last accessed 19 May 2004; Balk, D., et al. 2003. Spatial Analysis of Childhood Mortality in West Africa. DHS Geographic Series 1. Calverton, Maryland: ORC Macro and Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; and Hugo, G., A. Champion, and A. Lattes. 2003. “Toward a New Conceptualization of Settlements for Demography.” Population and Development Review 29(2): 277-297.

CHAPTER 5

  1. UNFPA and Italian Association for Women and Development (AIDOS). n.d. “Final Summary Report: The UNFPA Conference on Gender- Based Violence,” Rome, Italy, 15-19 September 2003. New York: Technical Support Division, UNFPA; and Donnay, F., Chief, Reproductive Health Branch, Technical Support Division, UNFPA. 2003. Personal communication.


  2. WHO. 2003. ‘En-gendering’ the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on Health. Geneva: Department of Gender and Women’s Health, WHO.


  3. Grown, C., G. R. Gupta, and Z. Khan. 2003. “Background Paper of the Task Force on Education and Gender Equality: Promises to Keep: Achieving Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.” New York: UN Millennium Project; and McPhedran, M., et al. 2000. “The First CEDAW Impact Study: Final Report.” Toronto: Centre for Feminist Research, York University, and the International Women’s Rights Project.

CHAPTER 6

  1. WHO. 2003. Reproductive Health: Draft Strategy to Accelerate Progress towards the Attainment of International Development Goals and Targets (EB113/15 Add.1). Geneva: WHO.


  2. Singh, S., et al. 2004. Adding It Up: The Benefits of Investing in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care. New York: The Alan Guttmacher Institute and UNFPA.


  3. Data provided by the UNFPA Strategic Planning Office, incorporating responses to the annual Multi-year Funding Framework (MYFF) survey.


  4. Kols, A. J., and J. E. Sherman. 1998. “Family Planning Programs: Improving Quality.” Population Reports. Series J. No. 47. Baltimore, Maryland: Population Information Program, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population Information Program


  5. POLICY Project. 2000. Health Reform, Decentralization and Participation in Latin America: Protecting Sexual and Reproductive Health. Washington, D.C.: POLICY Project, the Futures Group. Also see: UNFPA. 1999. “Partnership and Empowerment.” Ch. 4 in: UNFPA. 1999. The State of World Population 1999: 6 Billion: A Time for Choices. New York: UNFPA and the references cited therein; and Huezo, C. 2003. “Strengthening the Quality of Reproductive Health Care: IPPF’s Quality Improvement Programme.” IPPF Medical Bulletin 37(5): 1-3.


  6. UNFPA. 2001. Reproductive Health Commodity Security: Partnerships for Change: A Global Call to Action. New York: UNFPA. Web site: http://www.unfpa.org/publications/detail.cfm?ID=86, last accessed 17 June 2004.

CHAPTER 7

  1. UNFPA and EngenderHealth. 2003. Obstetric Fistula: Needs Assessment Report: Findings from Nine African Countries. New York: UNFPA and EngenderHealth. Web site: http://www.unfpa.org/publications/detail.cfm?ID=134, last accessed 27 May 2004.


  2. Freedman, L., et al. 2004. “Interim Report of Task Force 4 on Child Health and Maternal Health.” New York: UN Millennium Project; and Wardlaw, T., and D. Maine. 1999. “Process Indicators for Maternal Mortality Programs.” In: Safe Motherhood Initiatives: Critical Issues, edited by M. Berer and T. K. S. Ravindran. 1999. Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Science for Reproductive Health Matters.


  3. UNFPA. 5 February 2004. “The New Route to Safer Childbirth in Rural Senegal.” News Feature. Web site: http://www.unfpa.org/news/news.cfm?ID= 389, last accessed 17 June 2004.


  4. Santillan, D., and M. E. Figueroa. 2001. Implementing a Client Feedback System to Improve NGO Healthcare Services in Peru. QA Operations Research Results Series. No. 2(2). Bethesda, MD: Quality Assurance Project for the US Agency for International Development (USAID).


  5. UNFPA. 2004. Saving Mothers’ Lives: The Challenge Continues. Brochure. New York: UNFPA.

CHAPTER 8

  1. UNAIDS, UNFPA, and UNIFEM. 2004. Women and HIV/AIDS: Confronting the Crisis: A Joint Report by UNAIDS, UNFPA and UNIFEM. Geneva and New York: UNAIDS, UNFPA, and UNIFEM. Also see web site: http://womenandaids.unaids.org/default.html, last accessed 17 June 2004.


  2. The Population Council and UNFPA. 2002. HIV/AIDS Prevention Guidance for Reproductive Health Professionals in Developing-Country Setting, p. 18. New York: The Population Council and UNFPA.


  3. International Planned Parenthood Federation and UNFPA. 2004. Integrating HIV Voluntary Counselling and Testing into Reproductive Health Services. Stepwise Guidelines for Programme Planners, Managers and Service Providers. New York: UNFPA and London: International Planned Parenthood Federation South Asia Regional Office.


  4. The Alan Guttmacher Institute. 2003. A, B and C in Uganda: Roles of Abstinence, Monogamy and Condom Use in HIV Decline: Executive Summary. New York: The Alan Guttmacher Institute.


  5. Feldman, R., and C. Maposhere. 2003. “Safer Sex and Reproductive Choice: Findings From ‘Positive Women: Voices and Choices’ in Zimbabwe.” Reproductive Health Matters 11(22): 162-173.

CHAPTER 9

  1. UNFPA. 19 April 2004. “Multi-Media Centre Provides Hands on Training for Youth in Benin.” Web site: http://www.unfpa.org/news/news.cfm?ID= 444, last accessed 17 June 2004.


  2. UNFPA. 4 June 2004. “Global Health Council Child Marriage: Advancing the Global Agenda.” Statement by Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, Executive Director, UNFPA. New York: UNFPA; UNFPA. 4 June 2004. “Married Adolescents Ignored in Global Agenda, Says UNFPA.” Press Release. New York: UNFPA; and UNFPA. 2004. “Too Brief a Child: Voices of Married Adolescents.” Video produced for UNFPA by Spark Media. New York: UNFPA.


  3. African Youth Alliance. 2003. Country Profiles 2003 for Botswana, Ghana, Uganda, and the Republic of Tanzania. New York: African Youth Alliance.


  4. UNFPA, WHO, and UNICEF. 2003. Adolescents: Profiles in Empowerment. New York: UNICEF.

CHAPTER 10

  1. UNFPA. 2001. The Impact of Conflict on Women and Girls. New York: UNFPA.


  2. Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Refugee Settings. Forthcoming. Reproductive Health in Refugee and IDP Situations: Evaluation Report. Geneva: Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Refugee Settings.

CHAPTER 11

  1. UNFPA. 2004. “El caso de Nicaragua: 1998-2003.” PowerPoint presentation at the Regional Planning Meeting, Latin America and Caribbean Division, UNFPA, New York, New York, 19-24 January 2004.

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