PRB Topic Feed: Poverty/Topics/Poverty.aspxBridging Research and Policy: The PopPov Initiative The PopPov network is a group of global researchers and funders that is interested in how population dynamics impact economic outcomes, focusing on how population policies can be used for poverty reduction. 03/01/2012/Multimedia/Video/2012/poppov-about-video.aspx1048edf8-ecdc-4ad2-a624-456044b6184aPoverty in America: Beyond Welfare ReformAre America's poor better or worse off than in the past? Do persistent stereotypes and negative images of poor people match the current reality? This Population Bulletin explores the many paradoxes of poverty in the U.S. 06/05/2002/Publications/Reports/2002/PovertyinAmericaBeyondWelfareReformPDF106MB.aspx0a57d409-e3cc-420c-95d6-0f9e5fbb573bPopulation & Economic Development Linkages 2007 Data SheetThis data sheet provides up-to-date data on population, inequalities within developing countries, and economic opportunities.04/13/2007/Publications/Datasheets/2007/PopulationEconomicDevelopment2007.aspx0a197560-aace-4fb9-a156-db80d1f044f8Family Planning and Family Well-Being in Bangladesh InfographicThis infographic summarizes some of the many different areas of family life that research on the Matlab program in Bangladesh showed were affected by a couple's family planning use. 01/20/2014/Multimedia/Infographics/2014/infographic-bangladesh.aspx09435286-7fec-4639-b920-63fe4d7a4699Reproductive Health and Economic Well-Being in East AfricaThe William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's Population and Poverty Research Initiative, together with four European research councils, has sponsored research into how investments in women's and children's health contribute to economic development. 02/19/2015/Publications/Reports/2015/poppov-reprohealth-econ-eastafrica.aspx07cd82bc-04e0-43e7-9858-81c47a7394a5U.S. Parents Who Have Children With More Than One PartnerMarcia Carlson examines the magnitude and implications of adults having children with more than one partner, a trend called "multi-partner fertility".06/07/2011/Multimedia/Video/2011/multipartner-childbearing-policy-seminar.aspx04ee5b4a-ba40-4659-99fe-b7b0a9c40895Population Research and Poverty ReductionWith Sara Seims, program director of the Population Program at the Hewlett Foundation.10/15/2010/Multimedia/Audio/2010/poverty.aspx03b7fe1d-64ba-43a1-9954-40222dafa87fInfographicThis infographic highlights key population trends in PRB's 2013 World Population Data Sheet, and the numbers behind them.09/09/2013/Publications/Datasheets/2013/2013-world-population-data-sheet/infographic.aspx006d7e75-a79c-45dc-81da-2ae60e35123cU.S. Poverty What-If ScenarioUsing the Census Bureau's three series of population projections, you can explore the potential impact of maintaining or eliminating racial and ethnic gaps on the number of people in poverty across three key age groups: children, working-age adults, and the elderly.11/17/2014/Multimedia/Infographics/2014/whatif-scenario-us-poverty.aspxfafa071d-aced-4638-bd9d-f825819c6ceaPoverty01/01/0001/Topics/Poverty.aspxbbe9872b-7fcc-467b-a90a-bc86bd6101b7