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23 Feb 2022
New chapter added to the CRVSID Legal and Regulatory Review Toolkit
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The Global Health Incubator Advocacy (GHIA) released a blog to announce the publication of an additional chapter to the Civil Registration, Vital Statistics, and ID Management (CRVSID) Legal and Regulatory Review Toolkit (“the Toolkit”), which focuses on the unique challenges faced by women and children in accessing CRVSID services.

The new chapter entitled "Inclusion of Women & Children", available online here, focuses on the unique hurdles, challenges and bottlenecks faced by women and children when attempting to register their births, deaths, stillbirths, marriages, divorces and other vital events. It documents best practices and guidance for ensuring that women and children have equal access to CRVS and ID services and clarifies how the relevant legal frameworks can be drafted to ensure that these barriers and obstacles are eliminated.

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