UNESCAP, WHO and 20 partners, agreed a series of recommendations at the High-level Meeting on the Improvement of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) in Asia and the Pacific, held in Bangkok in December 2012. The recently finalised outcome statement will serve as an important reference point for taking the CRVS agenda forward, including implementing the Regional Strategic Plan and contributing to the growing global movement to advocate for and support the improvement of CRVS systems in countries. More details available here.


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