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Fact sheet on Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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The 2015 Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey (ZDHS) was implemented by the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT) from July through December 2015, with a nationally representative sample of over 11,000 households. All women age 15-49 and all men age 15-54 in these households were eligible for individual interviews. The 2015 ZDHS is a follow-up survey to the 1988, 1994, 1999, 2005-06, and 2010-11 ZDHS surveys and provides updated estimates of basic demographic and health indicators. This Key Indicators report presents a first look at selected findings of the 2015 ZDHS. A comprehensive analysis of the data will be presented in a Final Report to be published later in 2016.

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Fact sheet on Family Planning from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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Fact sheet on HIV and Sexual Reproductive Health from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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Fact sheet on Maternal Health from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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Fact sheet on Gender-Based Violence from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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Assessment of the Status of Implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development

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In 2008 the Ministry of Health and partners recognized the need for establishing and strengthening sexual and reproductive health services in Zimbabwe for adolescents. At that time there was no standard package for the provision of comprehensive ASRH services. Additionally, while frequently discussed, there was no clear definition for what “youth friendly” health services entailed. The national strategy, adopted in 2009, aimed to address these issues. It identified four core objectives: 1) to promote adoption of safer sexual and reproductive health practices among young people; 2) to increase availability, access and utilization of friendly SRH services by young people; 3) to create a safe and supportive environment for addressing SRH issues for young people; and 4) to strengthen coordination and partnerships for evidence-based on ASRH programming.

 
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The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has launched the key findings from three thematic reports produced from the Zimbabwe 2012 Census. The thematic reports focusing on Mortality, Nuptuality & Fertility and Population Projections provide a detailed analysis of data collected during the 2012 Census Report. The results of the 2012 Census were released in December 2013. The launch of these thematic reports is the last specific objective of the 2012 Population Census of producing national population projections to enhance future planning. Statistics are a vital tool for economic and social development and reliable and timely data can help Zimbabwe in the formulation of development policies and programmes. This fact sheet captures key findings and projections from the reports. 

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The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has launched the key findings from three thematic reports produced from the Zimbabwe 2012 Census. The thematic report focusing on Mortality provides a detailed analysis of data collected during the 2012 Census Report. The results of the 2012 Census were released in December 2013. The launch of this thematic report is the last specific objective of the 2012 Population Census of producing national population projections to enhance future planning. Statistics are a vital tool for economic and social development and reliable and timely data can help Zimbabwe in the formulation of development policies and programmes.

 

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