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Sub-Saharan Africa’s Demographic and Health Characteristics Will Influence the Course of the COVID-19 Pandemic

When the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020, few sub-Saharan African countries had reported a single case of the disease, caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

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PRB Discuss Online: Birth Defects, a Hidden Toll for Developing Countries

(2009) Each year, an estimated 9 million infants are born with a serious birth defect that may kill them or result in a lifelong disability. Such birth defects have an especially severe effect on children in developing countries.

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PRB Discuss Online: Growing Up in North America, How Are Children Faring Economically?

(2008) Globalization helped increase incomes in Canada, the United States, and Mexico for more than 10 years, but left many children vulnerable economically.

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Report. Ripple Effects: Population and Coastal Regions

(2003) Coastal regions, areas that are home to a large and growing proportion of the world's population, are undergoing environmental decline.

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PRB Discuss Online: A Call to Action: Increasing Global Investments in Youth

(2010) With almost half of the world's population under age 25, investments in young people are vital to improve economic and social outcomes and achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Ripple Effects: Population and Coastal Regions

(2003) Coastal regions, areas that are home to a large and growing proportion of the world's population, are undergoing environmental decline.

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Les pays en développement : assiégés par les maladies chroniques

(2006) Les pays en développement traversent une transition épidémiologique rapide (des maladies infectieuses telles que les maladies diarrhéiques et la pneumonie aux maladies chroniques telles que les maladies cardiaques) qui risque de submerger leurs systèmes de santé déjà très sollicités et de fragiliser plus avant leurs économies.

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