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The report presents findings from a secondary anaylsis of four surveys nationally representing women in reproductive age, 15 to 49 years old. It is a comparision between urban and rural areas on their fertility, reproductive health and maternal.

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With respect to current demographic trends, the Royal Government of Cambodia has updated the 2003 National Population Policy to incorporate population dynamicss in the development planning process and address the challenges that Cambodia has been facing. 

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Cambodia has a huge youth population in the SouthEast Asia region, whereas one in five is between the age of 15 and 24 years and almost two thirds of the population being under the age of 30.
Whereas total fertility rates for youth aged 15-19 is 57 per 1,000 women and media age for marriage for girls is 21 years, teenage fertility among 15-19 year-old has increased from 8% in 2010 to 12% in 2014.

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Teenage pregnancy remains a major health concern in Cambodia. Withouth comprehensive knowledge required to make decisions about their sexual and reproductive health, young people are especially vulnerable to STIs.
 

 

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Monitoring and evaluation are interrelated practices but they have different methodologies and scopes. Monitoring can highlight that we are not on track toward the desired results while an evaluation can be conducted to understand "why" we are not going in the right direction.

The evaluation is an objective and systematic appreciation of an ongoing or finished project, program or policy in terms of its design, implementation and achieved results. The main goal of evaluation is to analyse the relevance of a program/project and its contribution to global objectives, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability.

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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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The report reviews age structure of migrant households, specific relationships between migrants and household members and left-behind population as a result of migration issues.

 

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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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