The Principal Secretary of the Government of Malawi’s newly established Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Management, Dr Yanira Ntupanyama launched AFIDEP’s report entitled ‘Population Dynamics, Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Malawi ’ on 13th September 2012 in Lilongwe, Malawi. The study which was co-funded and jointly implemented by Washington DC-based Population Action
2020 The Nation Malawi: Time for national renewal after ConCourt ruling (newspaper)- opinion piece by Dr. Eliya Zulu, February 4, 2020: https://mwnation.com/time-for-national-renewal-after-concourt-ruling/ The Star Kenya: High teen pregnancy calls for sex education — AFIDEP (newspaper), January 30, 2020: https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/big-read/2020-01-30-high-teen-pregnancy-calls-for-sex-education–afidep/ 2019 The Nation (Malawi): Transparency, accountability key to growth—experts (newspaper), December 9, 2019: https://mwnation.com/transparency-accountability-key-to-growth-experts/
The London Summit on Family Planning, organised by DfID and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, can be seen as a success. Thanks to the mobilisation and participation of development partners, civil society organisations, and more than 20 developing countries such as Rwanda, Ethiopia, India and the Philippines, 120 million more women and girls
AFIDEP Executive Director, Eliya Zulu, was interviewed on February 11th, 2011, by former American public radio reporter Russell Sticklor, about population growth, economic growth, and Africa. This audio interview originally appeared on the New Security Beat, the blog of the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program. Eliya Zulu on Population Growth, Family
On January 18th, 2011, the Population Reference Bureau hosted a live online discussion featuring Dr. Ben Bellows, current associate with the Population Council’s Reproductive Health programme in Nairobi and former technical advisor to AFIDEP’s partner organization, Venture Strategies for Health and Development. Dr. Bellows answered a range of questions on reproductive health voucher programs.
On a panel on the “impact of the population growth factor on development”, alongside Dr. Martha Campbell (CEO of Venture Strategies for Health and Development), Dr. Malcolm Potts (Chair of the Bixby Center for Population, Health, and Sustainability at U.C. Berkeley), and Dr. Jotham Musinguzi (Director of the Partners in Population and Development Africa