PRB: Data Sheets/Publications/Datasheets.aspxFact SheetsThese four fact sheets provide a quick guide to major findings in the 2012 World Population Data Sheet, focusing on world population trends, noncommunicable diseases, unmet need for family planning, and U.S. fertility decline.07/18/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/world-population-data-sheet/fact-sheets.aspxef008098-7f66-4880-9a01-1f52eb766064indiaThis <em>Population Bulletin </em>looks at the four phases of the demographic transition as descriptive of past and future population growth. We highlight four countries to illustrate each phase and its implications for human well-being: Uganda (high birth rate, fluctuating death rate); Guatemala (declining birth and death rates); India (approaching replacement-level fertility); and Germany (low or very low birth and death rates). India is on track to become the world's largest country about 10 years from now, even though fertility has declined to 2.6 children per woman, which is less than half of its 1950s level. (July 2011)07/27/2011/Publications/Datasheets/2011/world-population-data-sheet/india.aspxee28fccc-9d7c-4d0d-a66e-8ef00d006049Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Data and TrendsThis PRB data sheet shows that an estimated 100 million to 140 million girls and women worldwide have undergone female genital mutilation/cutting and more than 3 million girls are at risk for cutting each year on the African continent alone.09/10/2008/Publications/Datasheets/2008/fgm2008.aspxed0c290d-d53c-4638-bc28-052345f3a32eFemale Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Data and Trends Update 2014PRB's data sheet contains the latest information available on the practice of female genital mutilation/cutting. This update of the 2010 wallchart shows the practice is still present in at least 29 developing countries, although there is some evidence that younger generations in some countries may face a slightly smaller risk.02/03/2014/Publications/Datasheets/2014/fgm-wallchart-2014.aspxdd2ec422-0a98-47cd-98e6-7332512b7daePRB's 2012 World Population ClockThis world population clock reflects data from PRB's 2012 World Population Data Sheet. The clock has births, deaths, natural increase, and infant deaths by year, month, week, day, hour, minute, and second. The data are for the world, and for more developed countries and less developed countries. 07/18/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/2012populationclock.aspxdc54a54f-7f69-4496-9e8e-5903ea4aee51Population and Economic Development 2012 Data SheetPRB's Population and Economic Development 2012 Data Sheet, with 21 indicators from 140 low- and middle-income countries, presents a complex picture of countries still struggling with economic challenges and inequalities, while others are making significant headway. 03/26/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/population-economic-development.aspxda0db845-60b6-49e1-bb11-d14e10b483bdIn Egypt, Young Women and People Living With HIV/AIDS Are Among the Most DisadvantagedThe Egypt Youth Data Sheet: Selected Data From SYPE 2009, a collaboration between the Population Reference Bureau and the Population Council, has measures of status and well-being for this burgeoning young population.02/07/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/egypt-youth-gender.aspxd4fb094f-d216-42f5-a3d0-d0369ce18bbd2007 World Population Data SheetPRB's 2007 World Population Data Sheet contains the latest population estimates, projections, and other key indicators for more than 200 countries, including births, deaths, natural increase, infant mortality, life expectancy, carbon dioxide emissions per capita, and percent of natural habitat remaining. 08/16/2007/Publications/Datasheets/2007/2007WorldPopulationDataSheet.aspxd120bd94-4c91-4f95-9e3c-36a37eb6d858Family Planning Worldwide 2002 Data SheetThis quick-reference data sheet has the most recent statistics on contraception for the countries and regions of the world. It presents sources of supply of modern methods and mother's attitude toward recent births.06/15/2002/Publications/Datasheets/2002/FamilyPlanningWorldwide2002DataSheet.aspxcbabec08-f82a-4613-bf5e-d37c35e1a2a4GraphicsThese interactive graphics, from the 2012 World Population Data Sheet, highlight key world population trends.07/18/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/world-population-data-sheet/interactive-graphics.aspxc53918f7-02a8-4196-9495-d5c887a753c7