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Every day, hundreds of hundreds of thousands thousands of  GIRLS around  the world are harmed physically or psychologically,  or both, with the full knowledge and consent of their families, friends and communities. The impact ripples throughout society, reinforcing gender stereotypes and inequalities.
 

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Every year, millions of girls are subjected to practices that harm them physically and emotionally, with the full knowledge and consent of their families, friends and communities, according to the State of World Population 2020, released by UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency.

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Accelerating the Promise: The Report on the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25

This report captures the unique essence, substance, and outcomes of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 in November 2019.

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The General Population Census of Cambodia 2019 has presented a strategic opportunity of achievements in the past Cambodia's mandate and provides evidence for evaluating the strategic plans of development of projects in the future. 

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The manual is developed in support of the implementation of National Action Plan for prevention of violence against women. It will be used by facilitators of caregivers to promote social norn changes in preventing violence and respectful relationships, and to support young girls and boys aged 12-14 years old to behave and practice gender equity with respect and carrying each other. 

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The report outlines progress on population and development and highlights region-specific policy directions and priority actions to ensure the effective implementation of the Programme of Action of the ICPD.

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The Royal Government of Cambodia has reinforced its committment to ensuring the women and girl survivors of domestic violence, sexual assult and trafficking are protected by laws and policies. This second national action plan to prevent violence against women 20142018 developed to use as a guiding tool for the implementation of programmes in Cambodia. 

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Violence against women and girls is a severe human rights violation that restricts the fundamental rights and freedoms of women. However, it happens in all parts of the world and cultures. Acceptance of violence raised a high concern in Cambodia. 

Implementing interactive intervention leads to creating a responsive culture that eliminates violence against women and girls. The primary intervention programme in Kampong Cham proves to have significant achievements recommanding to scale-up. 

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The evaluation report prepared by the Parnter for Prevention (P4P) in the Asia and the Pacific region works to prevent violence against women and girls, with techical support jointly by UNDP, UNFPA, UNWOMEN and UNV. Upon the completion of a 1 year project implemented at the district level of 5 communes, the endline evaluation conducted to see the impact on individuals, family and community.

 

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The policy is developed with an aim to enable older persons to fully participate with freedom and dignity for as long as they wish to in family, community, economic, social, religious and political activities. 

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