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Over the last two decades, migration to the city of Phnom Penh, the country's capital city of Cambodia has been rapid. Cambodians have seen their capital grow by leaps and bounds every year. While Cambodia remains predominantly a rural country, enormous numbers of late have been streaming into Phnom Penh from rural areas in all corners of the country.

 

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On 31 October 2011, the world population reached 7 billion. Having based on the research document of the United Nations' Statistical and Demographic Office, it shows that in 1804 the world population was 1 billion. And 123 years later (in 1927), the population increased to 2 billion and it continued to grow to 3 billion in 1959 and kept increasing to 6 billion in 1999. A forecast has also been made for the next 14 years (in 2025). The result shows that the figure will be increased to 8 billion and it will ultimately reach 10 billion by 2083.

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The 2010 CDHS, the third of its kind, follows the surveys that were successfully conducted in 2000 (the 2000 CDHS) and in 2005 (the 2005 CDHS). The 2010 CDHS provides data to monitor the population and health situation in Cambodia. Specifically, the 2010 CDHS collected information on a broad range of demographic, health, and social issues such as household characteristics, utilization of health services, maternal and child health, breastfeeding practices, early childhood mortality, maternal mortality, nutritional status of women and young children, fertility levels, marriage, fertility preferences, awareness and use of family planning methods, sexual activity, and awareness and behaviour regarding AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections.

 

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The Reference Tool was developed in response to the needs from the ground for the use in local development planning process that covers three main issues: (1) Population and Development, (2) Gender and (3) Reproductive Health.

 

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UNFPA works to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, every young person is free of HIV/AIDS and every girl and woman is treated with dignity and respect. UNFPA supports countries in using population data for policies and programmes to reduce poverty.

UNFPA works in partnership with other international technical and donor agencies has played a leading role in supporting censuses in developing countries. A population census is the primary source of information about the country's population size, its geographic distribution, and the social, demographic and economic characteristics of its people.

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The Rectangular Strategy is the centrepiece of Cambodia's overarching socio-economic development policy framework leading up to the development of the National Strategic Development Plan for achieving the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD PoA) and Millennium Development Goals.

 

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When preparing a development plan for your community, commune, province, sector or the country it is important to think about the people you are planning for.

 

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The first National Population Policy of Cambodia has been formulated with the full committment and dedication of the entire Government led by the Ministry of Planning with active participation of all stakeholders including Government ministries, research institutes, donors and civil society organizations.

 

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