Although Cambodia has made progress in reducing maternal mortality by 58 percent since 1990, women still face problems in accessing health services. An assessment found that the majority of health facilities were critically understaffed and many midwives had limited expertise and skills to deal with complicated deliveries.
On 18 November 2014, UNFPA is launching its global flagship report, the State of World Population Report 2014, "The power of 1.8 billion: adolescents, youth and the transformation of the future".
The world has a very large youth population, with 1.8 billion is aged between 10 and 24 year-old. Within this generation are 600 million adolescent girls with specific needs, challenges and aspirations for the future. The poorest countries have the fastest youth population growth.
10 steps for interviewers on domestic violence before, during and after the interview to collect data for the 2014 CDHS.
The report contains an in-depth analysis on disability in Cambodia based on the results of CIPS 2013. It is a nationally representative sample survey conducted for updating information on population size and growth, fertility, mortality, migration and other population characteristics as well as household facilities and amenities.
Maternal health enables women to lead healthy lives. UNFPA supports the development of quality health services for pregnancy, safe delivery and post-natal care throught strengthening training in the health system and encourageing capacity development.
The report contains an analysis of fertility, early age mortality, types of assistance received at birth, type of assistance received during maternal death and the leading causes of death for males and females by age based on the results of CIPS 2013.