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29 Apr 2021
A new tool to register every birth and death
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To promote the launch of the CRVS Improvement Framework, ESCAP and Vital Strategies have published a blog. Recognizing that Asia and the Pacific has seen significant progress toward the shared vision that all people will benefit from universal and responsive CRVS systems, it also points to the shortfalls in this progress. The new framework therefore represents an opportunity to address the current shortcomings and help get every one in the picture.

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