UNFPA Lao PDR

REPORTS

Lao Reproductive Health Survey (2005)

  

Reproductive Health at the Margins - Executive Summary (2008)

  

Study on Gender and Ethnic Issues (2007)

  

Reproductive Health at the Margins - Full report (2008)

  

SBA development plan, Lao PDR (2008 – 2012)

  

Assessment of Skilled Birth Attendance in Lao PDR (2008)

  

Assessment of the Referral and Counselling Network Youth-Friendly Services (2008)

  

LaoNCAW Newsletter (2010)

  

Young Womens Sexual Behaviour Study (2008)

  

Recent Socio-Economic Developments, Opportunities and Outlook (2009)

  

Assessment of Condom Programming in Lao PDR (2008)

  

Message for WPD 2012 By H.E. Dr. Bounthavy Sisouphanthong, Deputy Minister, MPI

  

Ageing in the 21st Century Report - Executive Summary (Lao Language)

Rapidly and surely the world is getting older. In 2000, for the first time in history, there were more people over age 60 than children below age 5. The number and proportion of older persons is growing faster than any other age group, and will surpass 1 billion people in less the 10 years.

  

SWOP Executive Summary in Lao Language

  

Midwives in Lao PDR Report 2012

This report provides information about the Skilled Birth Attendance Development Plan in the Lao People\'s Democratic Republic in 2012. It was prepared by the Ministry of Health with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

  

Lao Social Indicator Survey (LSIS) 2011 - 12

LSIS is a household-based survey that applied the technical frameworks of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) and Demographic and Health Survey (DHS). It is the first of its kind in Lao PDR. The LSIS was conducted to collect baseline data for the 7th National Social Economic Development Plan (NSEDP) and continued monitoring of progress towards the MDGs. LSIS provides up-to-date information on the social situation of children, women and men covering health, nutrition, education, water and sanitation, marriage and sexual activity, fertility and mortality, contraception, HIV/AIDS, child protection, and use of mass media and information technology.

  

CO Team - August 2014

  

State of the World's Midwifery Report 2014

The State of the World's Midwifery (SoWMy) 2014 presents findings on midwifery from 73 low and middle- income countries. The report, produced by UNFPA, the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), the World Health Organization (WHO) and several other partners, shows the progress and trends that have taken place since the inaugural 2011 edition, and also identifies the barriers and challenges to future progress. The report focuses on the urgent need to improve the availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality of midwifery services. Despite a steady drop in maternal and newborn deaths since 1990, hundreds of thousands of women and newborns continue to die each year during pregnancy and childbirth: An estimated 289,000 women and about 3 million newborn babies died in 2013 alone. The vast majority lost their lives due to complications and illnesses that could have been prevented with proper antenatal care and the presence of a skilled midwife during delivery.