OPEN: The SAFE ENGAGE Project has established a Rapid Response mechanism to support advocates, experts, and decisionmakers in their efforts to advance evidence-based policy dialogue and expand access to safe abortion.
OPEN Request for applications from youth-led organizations with existing family planning advocacy efforts to partner with us on a short-term basis to create data-rich, visually compelling, and actionable communications materials.
COMING SOON: PRB and the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) accept application to the Policy Communication Fellows Program each spring. The program seeks to train the next generation of leaders shaping policy in their countries, learning local advocacy priorities and policy landscapes and how to tailor their research messages to relevant policy audiences.
COMING SOON: Women’s Edition brings together senior-level women editors, reporters, and producers from influential media organizations in developing countries to examine and report on pressing issues affecting women’s health and status. Up to 15 senior journalists from leading news media organizations around the developing world are competitively selected to participate in this activity.
COMING SOON: The U.S. Policy Communication Training Program builds on PRB’s 40-year legacy of training researchers to bridge the gap between research findings and the policy development process.
CLOSED October 9, 2020: Population Reference Bureau seeks two consultants, one Anglophone and one Francophone, to provide research and analysis assistance to upcoming editions of the Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard (“Scorecard”).
CLOSED October 2019: GOAL Malawi and PRB will host a workshop to introduce active young advocates to the topic of population, environment, and development (PED), and teach them about evidence-based policy communication.
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PRB has been a long-term partner to the U.S. Census Bureau, helping to inform policymakers, the media, and the public about the importance of data from the decennial census and American Community Survey.
U.S. Census Bureau
Supporting improvements in voluntary family planning and reproductive health activities, including their integration with maternal and child health programs.
Ensuring that family planning, reproductive health, and population issues are key for sustainable and equitable economic growth and development.
Since 2012, PRB has worked in partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau to increase knowledge and use of American Community Survey data by establishing and maintaining an ACS Data Users Group and Online Community of more than 2,000 members.
PRB leads this USAID-funded program supporting improvements in voluntary family planning and reproductive health activities, providing health and cost benefits to USAID priority countries. (Photo: Kate Holt/MCSP)
Working with local partners PRB builds champions, bridges sectors, and distills evidence to ensure that family planning, reproductive health, and population issues are recognized as key to sustainable and equitable economic growth and development.