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Population and Migration St= atistics
Analysis and studies:
=E2=80=A2 Information and a= nalysis on population trends and policies;
=E2=80=A2 Population estim= ates and projections for all countries, geographical areas, urban and rural= areas and major cities;
=E2=80=A2 Analytical work in the fields of f= ertility; contraceptive use; mortality including HIV/AIDS; internal migrati= on; international migration; population growth and ageing; the interrelatio= nship of population, resources, environment and development, including soci= al and economic aspects; and studies on population and development policies= related to the above;
=E2=80=A2 Implementation of 2009 Revision of t= he official United Nations estimates and projections of urban and rural are= as and major cities.
=E2=80=A2 Implementation of the 2008 Revision of= Trends in International Migrant Stock (estimates of the international migr= ant stock by country of residence and sex, 1960 -2010)
=E2=80=A2 Impl= ementation of the 2008 Revision of International Migration Flows To and Fro= m Selected Countries (annual data on international migration flows to and f= rom 29 industrialized countries)
=E2=80=A2 Dissemination of world-w= ide population information through the United Nations Population Division w= eb site (www.unpopulation.org) and the United Nations Population Informatio= n Network (POPIN) (www.popin.org)
=E2=80=A2 Release of the 2009 Revis= ion of World Urbanization Prospects in March 2010.
=E2=80=A2 Dissemin= ation of data on the international migrant stock by country birth, citizens= hip, sex and age through the Global Migration Database (accessible through = www.unmigration.org).
Gender analysis and gender factors are included in all studies in the fi= eld of population and development (See also Statistical Area 1.1).=20
The Population Division is active participant in the Inter-agency and Ex= pert Group on MDG Indicators (IAEG) and is responsible for the following MD= G indicators under Target 5B: Contraceptive prevalence rate, Adolescent bir= th rate and Unmet need for family planning.=20
The Population Division participates in the activities of the Committee =
for the Coordination of Statistical Activities (CCSA).
The Population= Division organizes the annual Coordination Meeting on International Migrat= ion. Through this and other mechanisms, dissemination of migration data and= migration estimates are being discussed and coordinated.