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The updated informational brochure gives a detailed overview of UN Population Fund’s work in Uzbekistan, covering the period of 2010-2014. Along with a general description of UNFPA's goals and programmes, and its activities in Uzbekistan, it includes some basic financial data (2005-2014). Special highlights are the mapped examples of UNFPA's work in the country, stories of success in the variety of initiatives that we undertake, as well as guiding principles of ICPD Programme of Action. 

 

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The updated informational brochure gives a detailed overview of UN Population Fund’s work in Uzbekistan, covering the period of 2010-2014. Along with a general description of UNFPA's goals and programmes, and its activities in Uzbekistan, it includes some basic financial data (2005-2014). Special highlights are the mapped examples of UNFPA's work in the country, stories of success in the variety of initiatives that we undertake, as well as guiding principles of ICPD Programme of Action. 

   

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The informational brochure gives a comprehensive overview of UN Population Fund’s work in Uzbekistan. Along with a general description of UNFPA's goals and programmes, and its activities in Uzbekistan, it includes some basic financial data. Special highlights are the mapped examples of UNFPA's work in the country, stories of success in the variety of initiatives that we undertake, as well as guiding principles of ICPD Programme of Action.  

 

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UNFPA has been supporting UNESCO since 2006 on production of ‘Silk Road’ radiosoap-opera initiative aimed at educating population about reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, gender equality and other development issues, in cooperation with «Terra Group Ltd» media company. The Joint Programme outlines main provisions of cooperation and roles and responsibilities of the parties.

   

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UNFPA and World Health Organization (WHO) work together on introduction and implementation of Beyond The Numbers initiative in the country. Since 2009 the agencies cooperate within the framework of a joint project that targets introduction of maternal mortality audit and near miss case review methodologies in maternal hospitals. The Joint Programme outlines main provisions of cooperation and roles and responsibilities of the parties.

 

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The relationship between the Government of Uzbekistan and UNFPA is governed by the Standard Basic Assistance Agreement (SBAA) signed by the Government and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on 10th June 1993. The SBAA was also accepted as a basis of cooperation between the Government of Uzbekistan and the United Nations Population Fund. This was achieved by way of Exchange of Letters between UNFPA and the Government of Uzbekistan dated 7 April 2005.

 

 

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TThe United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is the result of a consultative process to analyze how the United Nations can most effectively respond to Uzbekistan’s national priorities and needs.

  

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