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Marissa Pine Yeakey, senior policy analyst at PRB, presented an overview of PRB's ENGAGE Presentation "The Family Planning Ripple Effect: Children Survive and Nations Thrive."
April 2014: Article
The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently launched its Race for Results Index, a new collection of data developed by demographers at the Population Reference Bureau.
March 2014: Article
Up to 20 percent of Australian fathers worked 55 or more hours per week, and were more likely to have young sons with a higher level of aggressive behavior, compared with boys whose dads worked fewer hours, said a new study.
March 2014: Article
With the goal of advancing and improving policies that impact young people and their sexual health, PRB co-sponsored an e-forum with the Interagency Youth Working Group, moderated by FHI360 and supported by USAID, Pathfinder, and the Youth Health and Rights Coalition.
January 2014: Report
PRB, in collaboration with UNFPA, developed a specialized interactive map and publication about young people in sub-Saharan Africa.
January 2014: Event
January 2014: Article
Some good news has finally arrived about the fight to eradicate malaria: A new vaccine may soon be available from British pharmaceutical GlaxoSmithKline.
December 2013: Article
A new report about the well-being of girls in America, The State of Girls: Unfinished Business, was recently published by the Girl Scouts Research Institute in collaboration with the Population Reference Bureau.
Christelle Kwizera, an activist from Rwanda, spoke at the High-Level Ministry Meeting at the 2013 International Conference on Family Planning, to provide a youth view on policy for family planning and reproductive health.
PRB's ENGAGE Presentation, "The Family Planning Ripple Effect: Children Survive and Nations Thrive," aims to improve understanding of the health benefits of family planning for mothers and children.
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