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Facts of Life: Youth Sexuality and Reproductive Health in the Middle East and North Africa

July 2011: Media Guide This PRB report looks at young people across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and the challenges they face in their transition to adulthood, specifically their sexual and reproductive health—a culturally sensitive topic for societies in the region.

PRB Discuss Online: What Works for Women and Girls: Evidence for HIV and AIDS Interventions

June 2011: Article The report What Works for Women and Girls: Evidence for HIV and AIDS Interventions synthesizes the vast research literature on program interventions (through the end of 2009) to provide clear evidence of what works and what seems most promising for women and girls that improve a range of HIV outcomes.

Packard Foundation's Investments in Ethiopia Show Promising Results

June 2011: Article The informal assessment, "Reflections on Population, Health, and Environment Projects in Ethiopia: The Packard Foundation's First 3 Years Investing in PHE in Ethiopia," shows the way forward for future PHE investments, research, monitoring and evaluation, and capacity building.

More of Us on Track to Reach Age 100: Genes, Habits, Baboons Examined for Longevity Clues

June 2011: Article In the countries with the longest life expectancies, average life span has grown at the "absolutely remarkable rate" of about 2.5 years per decade.

The Challenges of Integrating Family Planning and Maternal/Child Health Services

June 2011: Article Integrating FP and MCH services can better meet the needs of women who do not want another birth within two years, while also offering opportunities to strengthen health systems.

PRB Discuss Online: The Increasing Importance of Education for Longevity in the United States

June 2011: Article In a PRB Discuss Online, Robert Hummer, Centennial Commission professor of liberal arts at the University of Texas, Austin, answered questions from participants about the relationship between education and longevity in the United States. Read a transcript of the questions and answers.

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Uganda on the Move

Uganda on the Move is an ENGAGE multimedia presentation that explores the relationships between fertility, health, the environment, and economic development in Uganda. 

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Generations on the Rise in Pakistan

"Generations on the Rise" is a PRB ENGAGE multimedia presentation that examines the important link between high fertility and the health of women and children.

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Kenya Leading the Way

"Kenya Leading the Way" is a PRB ENGAGE multimedia presentation that examines the important link between family planning and development in Kenya.

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