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Driving Up Demand for Health Services in Latin America

(2008) Millions of people live in poverty in Latin America, and many young people often face few prospects for a bright future.

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PRB Discuss Online: The Long-Term Effects of Childhood Poverty in the United States

(2010) Most poor children achieve less, exhibit more problem behaviors, and are less healthy than children raised in more-affluent families. Looking beyond these well-known correlations between poverty and negative outcomes in childhood, recent studies have assessed the effects of childhood poverty in the United States on later attainment and health.

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Out of the Closet and Onto the Census Long Form

(2002) Sitcoms and talk shows have brought gay men and lesbians into the living rooms of average Americans, and talking about sexual orientation has become less taboo in recent years. But beyond stereotypes, what do we know about real-life homosexuals?

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PRB Discuss Online: Population and National Security

(2011) In her new book, The Future Faces of War: Population and National Security, author Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba argues that the future of warfare will be shaped by demographic trends in fertility, mortality, and migration.

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Mama Muliri of HEAL Africa: Battling Gender-Based Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

(2010) In eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), HEAL Africa provides free health and psychosocial services to survivors of gender-based violence. Jeanne Muliri Kabekatyo ("Mama Muliri") pioneered and leads Heal My People, HEAL Africa's strategic response to gender-based violence.

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PRB Discuss Online: How Can Family Planning Programs Reduce Poverty? Evidence From Bangladesh

(2010) Family planning is one of the most cost-effective health interventions in the developing world.

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PRB Discuss Online: Does Climate Change Threaten Our Cities?

(2010) The cities and towns of developing countries are projected to absorb at least 2.5 billion additional people by 2050. At the same time, these areas will experience global climate change likely to bring floods, droughts, food insecurity, and loss of livelihoods.

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