World Population Policies 2005, Page 81 (Google eBook)

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United Nations Publications, Jan 1, 2006 - Political Science - 477 pages
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World Population Policies 2005 provides a summary overview of population policies and dynamics for each of the United Nations Member and non-member States for which data are available at mid-decade for the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and for 2005. This publication shows, on a country-by-country basis, the evolution of Government views and policies from 1976 to 2005 with respect to population size and growth, population age structure, fertility and family planning, health and mortality, spatial distribution and international migration.
  

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Contents

PART ONE GOVERNMENT VIEWS AND POLICIES
5
POPULATION AGE STRUCTURE
11
HEALTH AND MORTALITY
18
Governments that view their mortality level as acceptable less developed regions
19
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
26
Government policies on immigration 1976 1986 1996 2003 and 2005
27
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
32
1976 1986 1996 and 2005
44
Equatorial Guinea
202
Eritrea
204
Estonia
206
Ethiopia
208
Fiji
210
Finland
212
France
214
Gabon
216

1976 1986
46
Government level of concern about adolescent fertility 1996 and 2005
48
Government policies and programmes addressing adolescent fertility 1996 and 2005
49
1976 1986 1996
50
Government views on the acceptability of the level of underfive mortality 1996
52
Government views on the acceptability of the level of maternal mortality 2005
53
Government level of concern about HIVAIDS 1996 and 2005
54
Government measures implemented to control HIVAIDS 2005
55
1976 1986 1996
56
Government policies on internal migration from rural areas to urban areas 2005
58
Government policies on internal migration from urban areas to urban areas 2005
59
1976 1986
60
1976 1986 1996 and 2005
62
1976 1986 1996 and 2005
64
Government policies on migration for permanent settlement 2005
66
Government policies on the migration of highly skilled workers 2005
67
Government policies on the migration of temporary workers 2005
68
Government policies on migration for family reunification 2005
69
Government policies on the integration of nonnationals 2005
70
1976 1986 1996 and 2005
71
1976 1986 1996 and 2005
73
Government policies on encouraging the return of migrants 2005
75
PART Two COUNTRY PROFILES
77
Government views on the level of fertility Africa 1976 and 2005 14
78
DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS
85
Albania
92
Angola
98
Armenia
104
Azerbaijan
110
Bahamas
112
Bahrain
114
Bangladesh
116
Barbados
118
Belarus
120
Belgium
122
Belize
124
Benin
126
Bhutan
128
Bolivia
130
Bosnia and Herzegovina
132
Botswana
134
Brazil
136
Brunei Darussalam
138
Bulgaria
140
Burkina Faso
142
Burundi
144
Cambodia
146
Cameroon
148
Canada
150
Cape Verde
152
Central African Republic
154
Chad
156
Chile
158
China
160
Colombia
162
Comoros
164
Congo
166
Cook Islands
168
Costa Rica
170
CotedIvoire
172
Croatia
174
Cuba
176
Cyprus
178
Czech Republic
180
Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea
182
Democratic Republic of the Congo
184
Democratic Republic of TimorLeste
186
Denmark
188
Djibouti
190
Dominica
192
Dominican Republic
194
Ecuador
196
Egypt
198
El Salvador
200
Gambia
218
Georgia
220
Germany
222
Ghana
224
Greece
226
Grenada
228
Guatemala
230
Guinea
232
GuineaBissau
234
Guyana
236
Haiti
238
Holy See
240
Honduras
242
Hungary
244
Iceland
246
India
248
Indonesia
250
Iran Islamic Republic of
252
Iraq
254
Ireland
256
Israel
258
Italy
260
Jamaica
262
Japan
264
Jordan
266
Kazakhstan
268
Kenya
270
Kiribati
272
Kuwait
274
Kyrgyzstan
276
Lao Peoples Democratic Republic
278
Latvia
280
Lebanon
282
Lesotho
284
Liberia
286
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
288
Liechtenstein
290
Lithuania
292
Luxembourg
294
Madagascar
296
Malawi
298
Malaysia
300
Maldives
302
Mali
304
Malta
306
Marshall Islands
308
Mauritania
310
Mauritius
312
Mexico
314
Micronesia Federated States of
316
Monaco
318
Mongolia
320
Morocco
322
Mozambique
324
Myanmar
327
Namibia
328
Nauru
330
Nepal
332
Netherlands
334
New Zealand
336
Nicaragua
338
Niger
340
Nigeria
342
Niue
345
Norway
346
Oman
348
Pakistan
350
Palau
352
Portugal
366
Saint Kitts and Nevis
380
Senegal
394
Solomon Islands
408
Swaziland
422
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Page v - Division provides guidance to the United Nations General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council and the Commission on Population and Development on population and development issues.
Page v - The monitoring of population policies at the international level has a long history that dates back to the World Population Plan of Action2 adopted at the World Population Conference held at Bucharest in 1974. The Plan of Action was the first international instrument on population policy. Within the framework of the Plan of Action, population policies were defined in terms of all policies and programmes including social and economic policies concerned with the major population variables:...
Page 3 - AIDS prevention, consistent with the Programme of Action adopted by the International Conference on Population and Development in September 1994, the Copenhagen Declaration on Social Development and the Programme of Action...
Page v - ... cooperation and mutual respect and understanding between nations; (g) Every State should meet the special needs of young people in the areas of responsible family-planning practice, family life, sexual and reproductive health, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV infection and AIDS prevention, consistent with the Programme of Action...

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