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Future Trends in Fertility Will Shape the Demographic Window of Opportunity in USAID Priority Countries
A country’s age structure is primarily driven by its past fertility trends, which have important economic, social, and political implications.
Environmental forces like wildfire, extreme heat, and pollution can have profound effects on our health, jobs, and decisions on where to live.
Family Planning and the Gendered Impacts of Crises on Women: An Effective Tool Across Sectors to Support Women’s Empowerment and Build Resilience to Shocks
Holistic integrated solutions are key to address the interlinkages of the gendered impacts of crises.
The mortality rate for Black Americans in non-pandemic years is higher than the mortality rate for white Americans who died from COVID-19 and all other causes in 2020.
Supporting National Advocacy Efforts to Amplify Understanding of the Multisectoral Benefits of Age Structure Change
In Ghana and Uganda, young people below the the age of 15 dominate the population age structure. Both countries can shift this high child dependency by empowering women to achieve their reproductive goals.
How Can We Holistically Address Equity, Conservation, Reproductive Health, and Livelihood Needs During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
(2020) Nearly everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic that is sweeping the globe, straining health systems and people’s abilities to maintain their livelihoods.
This map identifies field-based projects around the world relating to population, health, environment, and/or development, as well as funders and organizations focused on relevant policy and advocacy research and learning.
Family Planning High Impact Practices Can Improve Outcomes for Population, Health, and Environment Programs
Experts in the family planning sector have developed a set of evidence-based practices—known as Family Planning High Impact Practices (HIPs)—that improve family planning and reproductive health program outcomes.