State of World Population 2005
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State of World Population 2005

The Promise of Equality - Gender Equity, Reproductive Health and the Millennium Development Goals

This year’s report explores the degree to which the global community has fulfilled pledges made to the world’s most impoverished and marginalized peoples. It tracks progress, exposes shortfalls and examines the links between poverty, gender equality, human rights, reproductive health, conflict and violence against women and girls. It also examines the relationship between gender discrimination and the scourge of HIV/AIDS. It identifies the vulnerabilities and strengths of history’s largest cohort of young people and highlights the critical role they play in development.

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Since the 2000 UN Millennium Summit, conflict has erupted in 40 countries. In 2004, a single natural disaster—the tsunami in East Asia— killed more than 280,000 people and displaced more than one million. In the wake of war or disaster, educational and health systems collapse, gender-based violence increases, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections spread, and infant and maternal mortality rates often skyrocket.

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