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In Rural Mali, Small Businesses Are Key to Women’s Empowerment and Economic Development

In early 2011, Pietronella van den Oever, PRB visiting scholar,visited the Malian staff and villagers she worked with in a UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) rural training project in the mid-1970s. As part of PRB's 2011-2012 Policy Seminar series, she discussed her recent research on the project's results, which continue to be economically and socially important 40 years later.

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Reducing Child Malnutrition in Sub-Saharan Africa: Surveys Find Mixed Progress

(2008) Chronic malnutrition has been a persistent problem for young children in sub-Saharan Africa. A high percentage of these children fail to reach the normal international standard height for their age; that is, they are "stunted."

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Population Growth and Deforestation: A Critical and Complex Relationship

(2004) During the last two decades, agricultural expansion, logging, development, and other human activities caused the deforestation of more than 120,000 square kilometers each year.

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Policy Brief: Population and Food Security: Africa’s Challenge (Part 1)

(2012) Nearly 240 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, or one person in every four, lack adequate food for a healthy and active life, and record food prices and drought are pushing more people into poverty and hunger.1 At the same time, the world’s population has now surpassed 7 billion, and news headlines that in the past have asked “Can we feed the world?” are beginning to ask the equally important question, “How many will there be to feed?”

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Population and Food Security: Africa’s Challenge (Part 1)

(2012) Nearly 240 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, or one person in every four, lack adequate food for a healthy and active life, and record food prices and drought are pushing more people into poverty and hunger.1 At the same time, the world’s population has now surpassed 7 billion, and news headlines that in the past have asked “Can we feed the world?” are beginning to ask the equally important question, “How many will there be to feed?”

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Reflections on Decades of Working Toward Family Planning Access and Rights

(2012) Fred Sai, former Ghanaian Presidential Advisor on Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS, has worked tirelessly for decades toward family planning and nutrition.

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Finding the Balance: Population and Water Scarcity in the Middle East and North Africa

(2002) The Middle East and North Africa (MENA)* is the most water-scarce region of the world. Home to 6.3 percent of the world's population, the region contains only 1.4 percent of the world's renewable fresh water.

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