PRB: Data Sheets/Publications/Datasheets.aspxWorld Graphics<p>These interactive graphics, from the 2013 World Population Data Sheet, highlight key world population trends.</p>09/10/2013/Publications/Datasheets/2013/2013-world-population-data-sheet/graphics.aspxc5258265-af73-4043-b002-709540a11a5bKenya AIDS Indicator Survey 2007 Data SheetThe 2007 Kenya AIDS Indicator Survey (KAIS) provides comprehensive information on HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. These data provide the information needed for planning interventions for HIV prevention, care, treatment, and allocation of resources. 10/14/2009/Publications/Datasheets/2009/kenyaaidsindicatorsurvey.aspxc46c5ec0-cad4-44f8-a4ae-ffed987d2826WebinarIn this webinar recorded on July 19, 2012, PRB demographers Wendy Baldwin and Carl Haub present key findings from PRB's 2012 World Population Data Sheet. A question and answer session follows the presentation.08/12/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/world-population-data-sheet/Webinar.aspxc323b0d2-6d78-49ef-bb39-ae12284c0b37The Decline in U.S. FertilityThe U.S. total fertility rate stood at 1.9 births per woman in 2013, down from 2.1 at the onset of the recession in 2007.12/16/2014/Publications/Datasheets/2014/2014-world-population-data-sheet/us-fertility-decline-factsheet.aspxc18fcc62-5374-4907-88ee-d8c66c292321The World's Women and Girls 2011 Data SheetThe World's Women and Girls 2011 Data Sheet has the latest data on a wide variety of indicators on the socioeconomic status of women and girls in more than 180 countries, with a focus on demography, reproductive health, education, work, and public life.03/01/2011/Publications/Datasheets/2011/worlds-women-and-girls.aspxc1290782-190a-4306-955f-1b2844de77aefact sheet ncdsNoncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading causes of death worldwide. In 2008, 80 percent of NCD deaths were in developing countries.&nbsp;By 2030, low-income countries will have eight times more deaths attributed to NCDs than high-income countries.07/18/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/world-population-data-sheet/fact-sheet-ncds.aspxbcac7425-1296-41a4-8773-e5de18a7bbb9Making the Link: Population, Health, and the EnvironmentThis report provides information and data on critical links between people and the environment. 12/04/2002/Publications/Datasheets/2002/MakingTheLink.aspxb75d7852-52f4-4e03-b8dc-9d4e2e3802e62004 World Population Data SheetPRB's 2004 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, urban population, HIV/AIDS prevalence, contraceptive use, land area, and population per square mile.08/04/2004/Publications/Datasheets/2004/2004WorldPopulationDataSheet.aspxb1a34fe8-f9ea-40a3-bcc8-2c7404d6f1f92007 U.S. Population Data SheetThe 2007 U.S. Population Data Sheet reveals the newest labor force estimates and a profile of scientists and engineers for all states and top 50 metropolitan areas. Among 22 variables covered are key data for median earnings in the science and engineering labor force, and retention of college graduates.06/14/2007/Publications/Datasheets/2007/2007USPopulationDataSheet.aspxb1829e76-5948-4e3b-8986-ade2f66925f3Africa Faces Mixed Progress, Daunting Challenges, in Improving Population Well-BeingAlthough African women use family planning more and bear fewer children, the continent's youthful population will fuel the continent's growth for many decades to come, according to the 2008 Africa Population Data Sheet.10/28/2008/Publications/Datasheets/2008/apds2008.aspxad8c81cd-d64d-4db6-890b-71117092d701