PRB: Data Sheets/Publications/Datasheets.aspxKIDS COUNT International Data SheetThe data sheet documents children's status country by country on key indicators, including mortality rate under age 5, 15-19-year-olds giving birth each year, primary school age children in school, malnourished children, and the number of AIDS orphans. 01/01/2002/Publications/Datasheets/2002/KIDSCOUNTInternationalDataSheetPDF204KB.aspxabb698d7-517c-4b5c-be2d-a072a5c6dd38ClockThis world population clock reflects data from PRB's 2013 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. <br />09/07/2013/Publications/Datasheets/2013/2013-world-population-data-sheet/population-clock.aspxa6e045bc-8a83-4a2e-8ed8-563741f67e612012 World Population Data SheetNearly all future population growth will be in the world's less developed countries, and the poorest of these countries will see the greatest percentage increase. In contrast, developed countries as a whole will experience little or no population growth in this century. The 2012 World Population Data Sheet offers up-to-date demographic, health, and environment data on 19 indicators for more than 200 countries.07/18/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/2012-world-population-data-sheet.aspxa694686a-d258-41cd-84f2-3f9aaf06afc6The World's Youth 2013 Data SheetThe World's Youth 2013 Data Sheet provides a comprehensive portrait of the well-being of youth ages 10 to 24 across the globe, including such indicators as the current and projected size of youth populations, educational enrollments, labor force participation, marriage and fertility, and health risks and behaviors.04/01/2013/Publications/Datasheets/2013/youth-datasheet-2013.aspxa28cfb17-5883-475f-a848-a121c96f24bc2005 World Population Data SheetExtreme poverty and environmental and health disparities still plague many countries. The Data Sheet provides up-to-date demographic, health, and environment data for all the countries and major regions of the world.08/01/2005/Publications/Datasheets/2005/2005WorldPopulationDataSheet.aspxa122842d-b026-4973-b87f-73fc7bc577c0webinar questions answersPRB demographer Carl Haub answered additional questions submitted during the July 28, 2011, webinar on the 2011 World Population Data Sheet. (October 2011)10/03/2011/Publications/Datasheets/2011/world-population-data-sheet/webinar-questions-answers.aspx9d5fb40b-a83a-4bf4-be37-2113108338c52010 World Population Data SheetMany countries are facing a shrinking pool of their working-age populations to support pensions and health care for the elderly. PRB's 2010 World Population Data Sheet and its summary report offer detailed information about country, regional, and global population patterns.07/23/2010/Publications/Datasheets/2010/2010wpds.aspx9c3c6e51-4824-4298-9992-a57588d629e5Kenya AIDS Indicator Survey 2012, Child Data SheetThe Kenya AIDS Indicator Survey (KAIS) 2012 was the first national population-based survey in Kenya to collect HIV information for children ages 18 months to 14 years. 08/20/2014/Publications/Datasheets/2014/kenya-aids-indicator-survey-child-data.aspx9a9af7c5-6d41-48e0-98de-fedc199e62e3Family Planning Worldwide 2008 Data SheetThe Population Reference Bureau's Family Planning Worldwide 2008 Data Sheet contains the latest estimates of lifetime births per woman and other key family planning indicators for more than 100 countries.03/18/2008/Publications/Datasheets/2008/familyplanningworldwide.aspx9988e86b-eb9c-4fbb-ba79-3fdcfc2e6dcf2008 World Population Data SheetPRB's 2008 World Population Data Sheet contains the latest population estimates, projections, and other key indicators for more than 200 countries. New indicators for 2008 include percent of population in urban areas of 750,000 or more; lifetime risk of maternal death; and percent of population undernourished.08/19/2008/Publications/Datasheets/2008/2008wpds.aspx97c1fdb7-168e-4bc7-a4e8-ca3784c905fb