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.”
PRB creates multimedia ENGAGE presentations in collaboration with local implementing agencies in selected countries.
Distilled Demographics is a series of educational videos that highlight key concepts such as fertility, mortality, and migration.
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The link between demographics and the economy is complex. "Give and Take Across Generations" presents a straightforward explanation of one facet of this important connection, by showing how lower fertility rates can benefit a nation's economy.
In this Distilled Demographics, demographer Mark Mather, associate vice president of U.S. Programs at PRB, explains the basics of race and its measurement in the U.S. Census, and how our understanding of race could change over time.
World population is around 7 billion. How long did it take for the world to add each billion?
In this interview, Dr. Uzma Syed and Jeremy Shiffman spoke to PRB about the effort to increase political priority for neonatal health in Bangladesh.
In this webinar, co-authors Mark Mather and Beth Jarosz presented findings from PRB's Population Bulletin on "The Demography of Inequality in the United States."
PRB's Center for Public Information on Population Research, with funding from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, provided a webinar on "The Costs and Benefits of Investing in Reproductive Health Services."
"Carrying Malawi Forward: Investing in Sexual and Reproductive Health for Young People" is an ENGAGE presentation that seeks to make youth sexual and reproductive health and rights a priority on Malawi's policy agenda.
"Faith and Families for a Healthier Kenya" is an ENGAGE multimedia presentation that portrays why family planning is consistent with religious values.
In this webinar, Jason Bremner and Lori M. Hunter discussed the relationship between migration and the environment and highlighted innovative research taking place at population research centers.
Scott Radloff and Emily Sonneveldt describe how data from mobile technology is being used to measure progress in meeting global family planning goals.
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