Youth from over a dozen Kenyan counties are meeting with policymakers to share We Are Kenya’s Future: Young People and Our Nation’s Growth and to push for increased commitments to young people’s health.
A macroeconomic model that estimates the impact of fertility declines on economic growth. The model is especially useful in country-level policy planning.
Ethiopia, with a current population of about 100 million, has achieved gains in several major health indicators.
Declining mortality and fertility rates are transitioning Ethiopia toward an age structure that has the potential to provide significant economic benefit.
The Maldives in the news because of climate change and rising sea levels and its fragile environment is threatened by ominous global trends.
The demographic dividend is the rapid economic growth that can accompany a change in a country’s age structure due to reduced birth and death rates.
This report lays out the importance of youth SRHR to a demographic dividend and points to key investments that can protect and improve SRHR for adolescents and youth.