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Kingdom of Eswatini: Facts and Prospects

Publication

Classified as a Lower Middle-Income Country, Eswatini is placed in the orange quadrant mode of engagement of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), suggesting multiple socioeconomic development inequalities with significant potential to limit the long-term economic aspirations of the country.

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Eswatini Annual Report 2019

Eswatini Annual Report 2019

Annual Report

We welcomed 2019 with much anticipation and enthusiasm as we marked the 50th anniversary of the establishment and existence of UNFPA and the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development Programme of Action.

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State of World Population 2019

State of World Population Report

State of The World Population Report 2019

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The Power of Choice: Reproductive Rights and the Demographic Transition

State of World Population Report

Not so long ago, most people had large families: five children, on average. Where once there was one global fertility rate, today there are many, with differences wider than at any point in human history.

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Swaziland State of the Youth Report 2015

Publication

A collation of national demographic data and information on the youth population of Swaziland, and provides a comprehensive analysis of the realities and/or challenges faced by the young people.

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State of World Population 2016

State of World Population Report

Officially launched globally on the 20th October 2016, the State of World Population (SWOP) 2016 report, under the theme “10…how our future depends on a girl at this decisive age” explores how the 60 million 10-year-old girls in the world today represent both a challenge and an opportunity for the global community. 

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For People, Planet & Prosperity

Annual Report

The new development agenda and evolving funding dynamic call for new thinking, new partnerships and new ways of doing business. While our current financial situation, at least for now, may not allow us to do more, we can endeavour to do better—and we will.

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