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INPC seeks strategic policy options regarding population issues, therefore it has been envisaged in its plan for 2011 to prepare three thematic studies related to emerging population issues in Iraq namely population growth and fertility, reproductive health and displacement and migration. During the early stages of the planning to prepare these thematic studies; the research team decided that a comprehensive analysis of Iraq population is still important particularly the causal analysis and determinants of population dynamics. 

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The present functional review was carried out during 2011 as part of the Iraqi Public Sector Modernisation Programme (I-PSM). The review concerns the functioning of selected areas of the national statistical system (NSS) of Iraq. Overall, the review identifies that Iraq’s historically centralized statistical organisation needs to be further adapted to the recently established federalised structure of the country in order to deliver the expected services for the benefit of a modern Iraq.

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Part of Iraq Public Sector Modernization Programme (I-PSM)/ Statistical System Reform

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Central Statistical Organization (CSO) conducted Iraq Women Integrated Social and Health Survey (I-WISH) in July 2011 in cooperation with KRSO, ministry of health, ministry of woman affairs and other relevant public bodies, with support from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Pan Arab Population and Family Health Project (PAPFAM), as well as WHO, UN-Woman, UNICEF and UNDP

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CSO conducted Iraq Women Integrated Social and Health Survey (I-WISH) in July 2011 in cooperation with KRSO, ministry of health, ministry of woman affairs and other relevant public bodies, with support from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Pan Arab Population and Family Health Project (PAPFAM), as well as WHO, UN-Woman, UNICEF and UNDP.

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CSO conducted Iraq Women Integrated Social and Health Survey (I-WISH) in July 2011 in cooperation with KRSO, ministry of health, ministry of woman affairs and other relevant public bodies, with support from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Pan Arab Population and Family Health Project (PAPFAM), as well as WHO, UN-I-WISH) in July 2011 in cooperation with UNDP.

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CSO conducted Iraq Women Integrated Social and Health Survey (I-WISH) in July 2011 in cooperation with KRSO, ministry of health, ministry of woman affairs and other relevant public bodies, with support from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Pan Arab Population and Family Health Project (PAPFAM), as well as WHO, UN-Woman, UNICEF and UNDP.

Full review

CSO conducted Iraq Women Integrated Social and Health Survey (I-WISH) in July 2011 in cooperation with KRSO, ministry of health, ministry of woman affairs and other relevant public bodies, with support from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Pan Arab Population and Family Health Project (PAPFAM), as well as WHO, UN-Woman, UNICEF and UNDP.

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This first report, entitled “The State of the Population in Iraq 2010.” depicts a preliminary representation of the demographic situation in Iraq, it paves the way for a comprehensive objective study that constitutes a reliable, scientific, analytical and authoritative base on the size, structure and distribution of the population, thus enhancing knowledge of the vital interrelation between demographic issues.

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Iraq conducted NYS in cooperation with UNFPA and the PAPFAM of the League of Arab States. NYS provided statistical indicators on various characteristics of young people and their knowledge, attitudes, and practices. 

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