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26 Apr 2021
Gap analysis of CRVS inequalities in Pakistan
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The "Gap Analysis of Current CRVS Registration Practices and Mapping of Potential Data Sources Focusing on Marginalized Populations in Pakistan" report has been released by the Government of Pakistan’s CRVS Technical Support Unit, with the support of ESCAP. Based on reviews of the country's CRVS practices and interviews with stakeholders and beneficiaries, it aims at providing a general overview of the inclusion of marginalized group within the CRVS system.
The report comes as part of the efforts made by the Government of Pakistan to make its CRVS system more comprehensive and inclusive, and will inform capacity building activities at the national and provincial levels.

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