Population and Economic Development 2012 Data Sheet
PRB's Population and Economic Development 2012 Data Sheet, with 21 indicators from 140 low- and middle-income countries, presents a complex picture of countries still struggling with economic challenges and inequalities, while others are making significant headway.
In Egypt, Young Women and People Living With HIV/AIDS Are Among the Most Disadvantaged
The Egypt Youth Data Sheet: Selected Data From SYPE 2009, a collaboration between the Population Reference Bureau and the Population Council, has measures of status and well-being for this burgeoning young population.
Kenya Population Data Sheet 2011
Kenya's population is growing rapidly and has more than tripled from 11 million people in 1969 to 39 million people in 2009. Even if the total fertility rate declines from an average of 4.6 children per woman in 2009 to 3.7 by 2030, the population will still grow to 66 million.
2011 World Population Data Sheet
Global population will reach 7 billion later in 2011, just 12 years after reaching 6 billion in 1999. Today's world population is double the population in 1967. But while the overall growth rate has slowed, the population is still growing, and growth rates in some countries show little if any declin…
2010 World Population Data Sheet
Many 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.
Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Data and Trends Update 2010
An update of PRB's 2008 wallchart on data and trends in female genital mutilation/cutting shows the practice is widespread in at least 27 developing countries, although there is some evidence that younger generations in some countries may face a slightly smaller risk
Kenya AIDS Indicator Survey 2007 Data Sheet
The 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.