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Last week the 46th session of the Commission on Population and Development concluded at U. The five-day session was described as fraught with tension and disagreement because most of the states were "concerned about the economic implications of migration, looking at the effects of remittances," said Mohammad Zia-ur-Rehman, chief executive of leading Pakistani NGO Awaz Foundation.
He said the connection between health and migration was frequently overlooked. In October a high-level dialogue on migration and development will be held that will help lay the foundation for how migration will be incorporated into the post agenda. The number of internagional migrants reached million in , up from million in , according to U. About half of today's international migrants are women, an extremely vulnerable group, unlikely to receive access to the social and health protections that they need from gender-based violence, unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.
Member states from South Asia and some Arab nations like Qatar, as well as Nigeria and the Vatican, opposed the inclusion of sexual and reproductive health language in a consensus agreement. I found the coverage of this meeting sparse and confusing. I welcome any better explanation of what happened at this meeting. UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, works to deliver a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person's potential is fulfilled.
Your support today will help improve and save lives in the countries around the world where UNFPA operates. Enabling women to control the number and spacing of their children is essential to reducing maternal deaths and human misery. Over million women, mostly in the least developed countries, want to use modern family planning methods but can't access them, facing cultural barriers or family resistance, or not having access to contraceptives, or there is a lack of information or trained workers to give advice.
The summit's aim is to mobilise the political will and extra resources needed to give million more women access to family planning by This ambitious target is one that is desperately needed. Hundreds of thousands of women continue to die from complications in pregnancy and childbirth. This would be a betrayal of the most vulnerable people and communities on our planet and an affront to our sense of justice. For every mother who dies, 20 more suffer from chronic ill health and disability.
Uncontrolled pregnancy has a much wider impact on the life chances of women and their children - and the health and strength of their communities. The Huffington Post said, "If the U. Ranking Member Howard Berman D-CA stated, "Tragically, the bill takes aim at poor women and children in the developing world - women and children who all too often suffer from the effects of disease, war, rape, and a host of absolutely horrid conditions that few of us can even begin to imagine.
Rather than helping these desperate people - as UNFPA seeks to do - the legislation makes them pawns in a debate over social issues that often seems divorced from reality. House Republicans claim that their desire to defund the UNFPA stems from the organization's support of China's one-child policy, which requires women obtain abortions and sterilization. S, money goes to China, and not one dime goes to abortion. Democrats on the committee offered various amendments to allow U.
In her reflections, she said:. He insisted that his daughters get a good education and he never interfered with my life choices. The attacks were strongest during the Bush 43 administration years, but we have been attacked all the time, including by feminist groups that fear that UNFPA has 'sold out'". The attacks come only from the United States.
Recent Republican administrations have withdrawn United States funding from UNFPA, citing the "Kemp Kasten Amendment" which was enacted to ensure that no US money goes to any organizations that participates in the management of coercive population policies. The Bush administration sent a team to China that reached the same conclusion, but that made no difference.
It all was the result of the influence of the religious right. They agreed to disagree. It was significant that they opened a channel that would allow them to communicate if times got tough. On the ground, in many parts of the world, we work all the time with the Catholic Church on common agendas such as ending violence against women.
It is important to broaden the base of understanding and support and find ways to support each other. Some groups still have doubts about UNFPA's commitment and approach and some are uneasy specifically about our effort to work with faith groups, fearing that it signals an erosion in our commitment to human rights.
It absolutely does not. Today, over faith based groups form the Global Network of Faith-based Organizations for Population and Development. It states that abortion should never be a form of family planning and that when family planning services are available and accessible that lowers abortions.
Abortion is a national issue to be decided by national laws and legislations. Where it is legal, it should be done under good medical conditions. Some women's groups approach the issue differently, viewing abortion in the context of a woman's right to choose. So, though we have many common interests, we deal with them differently. On the more controversial issues, we need to give some more space and time and show mutual respect for our differences.
The availability, use, and funding of family planning worldwide has seen a revolution in the last 50 years, dramatically reducing fertility levels and slowing population growth in developing countries. But contraceptive use is still low and need for it high in some of the world's poorest and most populous places. Perhaps its success has led to its recent loss of visibility.
Recently key informants - developing-country program managers, senior staff members of nongovernmental and donor organizations, and prominent researchers - were surveyed in a study supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute of Population and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins University.
One key informant in the study said: When you say 'reproductive health' and have to be careful, something is happening. There is a declining sense of urgency about population growth and its consequences; competing health and development priorities; rising political conservatism especially in the United States ; and a lack of international and local leadership. Poverty reduction was cited as the primary focus of current development efforts.
The agenda of the International Conference on Population and Development ICPD meeting in Cairo in emphasized the welfare of individual women, the achievement of their sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender equity.
This redefinition of the social problem of population growth in terms of reproductive health, particularly for women, has caused popular consciousness about the problem to ebb, since reproductive health does not carry the same political vitality as a developmental disaster or disease epidemic. The trouble is that it's no longer a focused program. It's difficult for donors to see, to manage and implement. That and lack of funding for advanced training means that leadership in family planning is aging or lacking.
Strong opposition from abortion opponents is also a disincentive to work in the family planning field. Some respondents felt that the international family planning movement was in it's demise, but others felt that the movement would continue with the locus of action shifiting to the developing world in those countries that have major contraceptive needs, a rapidly growing population, and a policy commitment to slowing growth.
Others felt that women's motivation to control fertility is so strong and the social norm of family planning so well established that contraceptive use will continue to rise no matter what happens to family planning programs.
Some felt the message of family planning could be recast 1 addressing an unfinished agenda of unmet contraceptive need, unwanted fertility, stalled fertility decline, and shortages of contraceptive supplies; 2 highlighting family planning's benefits for reducing abortion and improving women's status and health; and 3 demonstrating family planning's relevance in reducing social inequity.
Many saw the risks of increased poverty, poor health, and higher mortality as a result of high fertility and population growth rates. It needs to be better utilized, not for Malthusian reasons, but in order to rise above poverty," said one respondent. Obama pledged to restore the money while signing an order reversing a move by Bush that banned American government aid for family-planning organizations that, promoted or conducted abortions. Sixty percent of people living in poverty are women.
Two-thirds of the million illiterate adults are women. Seventy percent of children out of school are girls. Women are the givers and keepers of life. The money has permitted UNFPA to increase its support for family planning, to train doctors and midwives, save women's lives in childbirth, repair obstetric fistulas, discouraged forced early marriage, and to educate adolescents about AIDS. By the world's population is expected to rise to nine billion people, all of whom will be seeking food, water, and other resources.
This growth in population will exacerbate every environmental and humanitarian crisis we face today. Gender inequality is at the base of population and environmental issues. Of particular concern is the plight of women and girls who comprise the majority of the world's unhealthy, unschooled, unfed, and unpaid.
UNFPA offers the family planning that allows women to choose if and when have children. In the world there is a vast unmet demand for family planning, that can mitigate the worst of humanitarian and environmental crises.
A senior UN official urged countries to increase social investment and redouble efforts for an international population agenda. The financial crisis threatens to push million people back into poverty. The financial crisis is threatening to wipe out progress in improving health and reducing poverty. Countries must put people first and the long- term well-being of the majority over the short-term interests of a few. Increase social investment and redouble efforts for the ICPD agenda by investing in women, youth and migrants.
Established in , UNFPA United Nations Population Fund is an international agency that promotes the right of every woman, man and child to enjoy a life of health and equal opportunity. Contributions are voluntarily allocated at the discretion of U. The organization that since has been shunned by the administration of the White House that withholds funding via a policy loophole that had its genesis during the presidency of Ronald Reagan. Congress passed an amendment giving the president discretion to withhold funding from any group or agency involved in coercive abortion or sterilization.
The White House has refused to release funding for the agency that was appropriated by Congress. Private citizens are being encouraged to support the UNFPA through a new web service that allows a user to enter information about herslf with the idea that women around the world can begin to compare their common experiences.
Another new online tool is the MDG Monitor web site, that uses data to track progress in meeting the U. MDG's Visitors can quickly check global comparison of data that include maternal mortality rates and girl-boy ratios of school enrollments. The Bush administration contends that because the UNFPA provides financial and technical resources to China's National Population and Family Planning Commission, it supports the Chinese government's program of coercive abortion and involuntary sterilization.
At least million women lack access to the contraceptives they desire in order to plan their families or space their children. Reproductive health conditions are the leading cause of death and illness among women of childbearing age. Japan promised to focus on global health when it hosts the Group of Eight economic summit in Hokkaido Toyako in July A United Nations report says poverty perpetuates and is exacerbated by poor maternal health, gender discrimination, and lack of access to birth control.
This holistic view has helped slow the increase in world population. The average family has declined from six children in to around three today. Education and improved health for women and access to contraception are vital.
Smaller families are healthier families and improve the prospects of each generation. Since more women have access to education and other rights, and more early-marriage traditions are being opposed.
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