Population and Development Information & Knowledge Service of the National Population Unit
Government Outcome: An efficient, effective and development-oriented public service, and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship
DSD Outcome: Increased capacity to mainstream population issues into development plans and activities.
Population and Development Information & Knowledge Service of the National Population Unit supports the NPU in the following objectives:
- Increase capacity to integrate population factors into development plans and programmes
- Increase understanding of South Africa's population trends and dynamics, through research, monitoring and evaluation
- Increase awareness and understanding of Population Policy, and implications for policy-making and planning
- Promote dialogue, collaboration and cooperation on population and development integration
International Conference on Population and Development - ICPD
ICPD Plan of Action beyond 2014
The 3rd Technical Committee Meeting For The National Adolescent Sexual And Reproductive Health And Rights Framework Strategy
VENUE: HUMAN SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL BUILDING FORUM 310
Date: 25–28 October 2016
The third Technical Committee meeting for the National ASRH&R Framework Strategy was convened on the 25-28 October 2016. The purpose of the two day meeting was to discuss the progress of the five key priority areas according to the initiatives underway for 2015/16 that was approved by the Inter – Ministerial Committee on Population Policy. It also discussed the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan and the development of the indicators according to the five key priority areas.
Report of the 3rd Technical Committee Meeting
The National Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Framework Strategy 2014 – 2019
Pretoria, 25th – 28th October 2016
The discussions held during the meeting highlighted the need for vertical integration within government departments from national level to provincial level as well horizontal integration within provinces. This should be done through the development of corresponding provincial framework strategies.
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