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What’s Next for Integrated Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) and Family Planning?

The policies of U.S. presidential administrations can influence foreign assistance funding and implementation, particularly around family planning and reproductive health. In light of the November U.S. presidential election, on Dec. 13 the PACE Project hosted an Africa PHE quarterly webinar with guest speaker, Teresa Casale, senior advocacy associate at PAI, to discuss how President-elect Donald Trump’s administration may impact U.S. government global funding for family planning and reproductive health.

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Youth Advocates for Family Planning

As part of a project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) has been supporting the Young Ambassadors for family planning from the nine member states of the Ouagadougou Partnership (OP). Launched in 2011, the OP focuses on meeting unmet family planning needs in its nine member states in francophone West Africa, which have collectively pledged to add 2.2 million more family planning users between 2015 and 2020.

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Linking Reproductive Health, Sustainable Development, and Conservation: Insights and Experiences from the Population & Sustainability Network and its Members

Linking family planning and reproductive health to other sectors—such as conservation and climate change—to achieve sustainable development is not new, but some opportunities to collaborate may not be well-known. In an Africa Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) webinar the Population & Sustainability Network (PSN) and other partner organizations shared insights and discussed how PSN and its members advocate for family planning to benefit conservation and sustainable development.

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Demographic Dividend: Reaching Our Potential as Young People and Nations

PRB, in collaboration with our youth working group on the demographic dividend, has created an advocacy video intended to engage decisionmakers in understanding the importance of involving young people in the policy process.

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Demographic Dividend PowerPoint Slide Deck

PRB’s newest resource on the demographic dividend is a deck of sample PowerPoint slides that provides a compelling overview of this complex topic through graphics, photos, text, and tables from PRB publications and multimedia products.

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Institutionalizing the Population-Health-Environment Approach for Sustainable Development in East Africa Webinar

This webinar was co-hosted by Population Reference Bureau (PRB) and the community of practice on Systematic Approaches for Scale Up of Family Planning/Reproductive Health Best Practices, led by Evidence to Action (E2A). PRB has provided technical assistance to HoPE-LVB on advocacy and capacity building since 2012.

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Why PHE? Linking Conservation and Reproductive Health in Tanzania Webinar

What are Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) programs and why should reproductive health and conservation organizations use a PHE approach? This webinar featured partners that have linked environmental conservation and reproductive health—in the Tuungane Project.

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Break It Down (The Pop Song)

Mark Mather, associate vice president in U.S. Programs at PRB, wrote “Break It Down (The Pop Song)” to explain demography basics to younger audiences. Watch it and follow Mark’s advice to “sing along.”

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Ending Child Marriage in Egypt

In Egypt, one in six girls marry before age 18. Child marriage is a violation of human rights and can cause a lifetime of consequences for girls and their families.

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Malnutrition: Meeting the Global Challenge

The multimedia presentation, "Malnutrition: Meeting the Global Challenge" presents the state of progress in achieving the World Health Assembly's nutrition targets and the challenges ahead.

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