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Expanding Family Planning Method-Mix to include new contraceptive methods is considered one of the pivotal strategies to confront the challenges to the FP program in Egypt. The new added contraceptive methods: monthly injection, local suppositories and emergency contraceptive could find eligible women who are included as discontinuers, with unmet needs as well as first time users who have specific medical and social circumstances. 
 

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In June 2008, The Egyptian Parliament passed the Child law no. 12 of 1996 amended by law 126 of 2008 that was submitted by the National Council for Childhood. The amendments included an article that criminalizes FGM, and furthermore the Parliament incorporated this article in the criminal code (article 242 bis).
 

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The Health Sector Reform Program (HSRP) is promoting the Family Health Model (FHM) as the new system of family-based Primary Health Care (PHC).
The current study is designed in order to document and explain the impact of the FHM on RH-services and to suggest interventions to promote the role of FHM in increasing the utilization of RH-services. The findings of this study are essential to support the MOHP and UNFPA in their efforts to strengthen the RH impact of the FHM. Those efforts are directed towards creating a number of model districts where quality integrated RH-services are not only available and accessible, but also have the support from the local communities who are familiar with the key concepts of RH and the available RH- services.

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This project conducted an evaluation of the 8th UNFPA Country Programme for Egypt 2007-2011 in accordance with the Terms of Reference for the evaluation (UNFPA, 2010). The country program consists of projects reflecting three main themes: Population and development (PD), Reproductive Health (RH) and Gender (G). The evaluation was designed to answer 6 questions related to the country program goals. These questions and the associated results from the evaluation are discussed below.

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World Fit for Children target: End harmful traditional or customary practices, such as [...] female genital mutilation, which violate the rights of children and women

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Egypt Demographic and Health Surveys (EDHS) have been conducted in Egypt since 1988 to provide information to policy makers and researchers about the health situation in the country. The EDHS is repeated regularly (every 3-5 years) and it offers useful information while also monitoring and evaluating changes in maternal and child health indicators. Policy makers; therefore, can use data from the EDHS series to monitor and evaluate current family planning and health programmes, and also plan future health-related strategies.

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Are Egyptian children properly fed? Infant and child feeding practices can greatly influence the health and nutrition status of children under the age of two, and breast milk is the best nourishment for an infant for the first six months of its life. After the initial six month period and until they reach the age of two, infants require other nutritious foods, in addition to breastfeeding, to meet their growth and development needs. 

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Egypt Demographic and Health Surveys (EDHS) have been conducted in Egypt since 1988 to provide information to policy makers and researchers about the health situation in the country. The EDHS is repeated regularly (every 3-5 years) and it offers useful information while also monitoring and evaluating changes in maternal and child health indicators. Policy makers; therefore, can use data from the EDHS series to monitor and evaluate current family planning and health programmes, and also plan future health-related strategies.

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MDG Indicators 
• Children 1 year-old immunised against measles 98% 
• Infant mortality rate (IMR) (deaths per 1000 live births) 25 
• Under-five mortality rate (U5MR) (deaths per 1000 live births) 28

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Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is one of the most serious health and development challenges facing the world today. Over time, infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) weakens the immune system to the point that it has difficulty in fighting off certain infections. AIDS is considered to be the most advanced stages of HIV infection, when people have difficulty in fighting off even minor infections. 

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