Population dynamics, climate change and sustainable development in Africa

A region’s population dynamics, including the size, distribution and composition of its population, influence its prospects for sustainable development. Virtually all development policies in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) cite the region’s rapid population growth, urbanisation, and age structure as major challenges. These pressures hurt efforts to reduce poverty, ensure food security, preserve the environment, and

Population Association of Kenya’s 4th Population Conference

AFIDEP led the “Family Planning Benefits and Programmes” session at the Population Association of Kenya’s 4th Population Conference AFIDEP co-organised with the Population Association of Kenya’s the 4th Population Conference that was held from 23rd to 25th October at the Nairobi Safari Club, Lilian Towers, Nairobi. The conference, under the theme “Population Dynamics: Implications

AFIDEP launches groundbreaking, timely report to guide policy and programme responses to population and climate change in Malawi

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

AFIDEP in the Media

2019 All Africa: [Re-post] Ghana: Teach Culturally Appropriate Sexual Education in Schools – Population Experts (online) – quotes Nyovani Madise, November 20, 2019 https://allafrica.com/stories/201911200502.html Ghanaian Times (Ghana): Teach culturally appropriate sexual education in schools – Population experts (newspaper) – quotes Nyovani Madise, November 20, 2019 http://www.ghanaiantimes.com.gh/teach-culturally-appropriate-sexual-education-in-schools-population-experts/ The Nation (Malawi): Regional dialogue tackles population, development

The London Summit on Family Planning 2012: The outcomes

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

Pop Audio: Eliya Zulu on Population Growth, Family Planning, and Urbanisation in Africa

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

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