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Policy Brief: Understanding and Using Population Projections

Government policymakers and planners around the world use population projections to gauge future demand for food, water, energy, and services, and to forecast future demographic characteristics.

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Understanding and Using Population Projections

Government policymakers and planners around the world use population projections to gauge future demand for food, water, energy, and services, and to forecast future demographic characteristics.

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PRB Discuss Online: What Do We Know About the Relationship Between HIV/AIDS and the Natural Environment?

(2010) The relationship between HIV/AIDS and the natural environment is complex and operates at many levels in countless ways. HIV/AIDS morbidity and mortality may affect people's use of natural resources and the institutions that govern resources, while environmental change may affect people living with HIV/AIDS and increase susceptibility to illness and even HIV infection among certain groups, especially women and girls.

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STI Risks High Among Zimbabwe’s Youth

(2003) With young people comprising a sizable proportion of Zimbabwe's population, government officials, health workers, and community leaders face the overwhelming task of meeting the reproductive health needs for this special group.

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Project: Center for Public Information on Population Research (CPIPR)

Disadvantage for Black Families Compounded by Economic Circumstances of Kin

Race may be a social construct but it’s one with consequences that may span generations. While both Black and white families can experience upward or downward wealth mobility from one generation to the next, studies show the dramatic socioeconomic disadvantages for Black families have persisted across generations.

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Understanding Who Was Missed in the 2010 Census

(2019) Researchers use two main measures to determine who was missed in the 2010 Decennial Census: omissions and net undercounts. Omissions reflect the number of people who should have been counted in the census but were not, while net undercounts reflect the percent of people who were missed minus the percent who were double counted.

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