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The policy developed as national framework recognizing population changes since the first edition in 2003. Population is both a means and an end of development.

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Violence against women has negative health impacts on victims, especially the reproductive health of women and girls. While violece is considered immoral and unacceptable in Cambodian culture, gender norms remain heavily rooted in society.

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Beginning a child bearing at the age below 18 prospels consequences on health and social development. Teenage pregnancy remains a key concern in Cambodia as 1 in 8 women aged 15-19 have become mothers or are currently pregnant with their first child.

 

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This fourth survey provides information on demography, family planning, maternal mortality, infant and child mortality, and women's health care status. Other health-related information such as breastfeeding, antenatal care, children's immunization, childhood diseases, HIV/AIDS, and domestic violence is also collected and analysized to be used for evidence-based programme and policy development.

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The report examines the factors influence a woman's choice of contraception and learns about their perceptions of and misconceptions towards long-term family planning methods.

The report conducted my NMCHC/MSD and UNFPA in order to understand the differnt pereceptions of women in using contraception and rationale choosing a family planning method.

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The report presents the preliminary findings from the 2014 Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey that will be used by policy makers to evaluate the demographic and health status of the Cambodian population in order to formulate appropriate population and health policies and programs in Cambodia.

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With almost 500,000 workers employed in the garment industry, garment fatory workers forming 85 percent and most of them are young women of reproductive age who have migrated from rural provinces to Phnom Penh. Their sexual reproductive health and rights is overlooked.

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Violence against women remains a great challenge for Cambodian society. The National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women prioritizes the strategic area of legal protection for women and girls to ensure their equal access to legal protection by mainstreaming women's rights into the formulation and implementation of laws and by promoting effective service delivery to survivors of violence against women.

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As the use of modern mothods of contraceptives, the use of long-term methods remains low and the level of misconception still high. The mobile campaign using remork-moto to reach women in remote village provides information about reproductive heals and contraceptive use.

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Almost 500,000 workers employed in the garment industry who majority of them are young women of reproductive age migrating from rural provinces to Phnom Penh. Given this, there is a need to respond to and support their health needs, in particular their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

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