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
There is now increasing evidence that population and family planning are linked not only to the health of women, children and families but also to the achievement of international development goals and objectives more broadly – including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Indeed, a 2007 report from the United Kingdom Parliament concluded that there
Senior representatives of four of Africa’s Regional Economic Communities pledged to contribute to efforts to reduce the unacceptably high maternal mortality rates in their regions. They made the pledge at a high-level advocacy workshop organized by the International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Regional Office (IPPFAR) from August 31 to September 2, 2011 in Nairobi,
AFIDEP Director, Dr. Eliya Zulu, was a panelist at the AusAID/DFID workshop on improving the impact of development research through better research communication and uptake, November 29-30, 2010, London, UK. Listen to Dr. Zulu’s presentation at the workshop here Get more information on the workshop here You can find the conference
The National Coordinating Agency for Population and Development (NCAPD), the Kenyan government’s coordinating body on issues related to population and family planning, held The National Leaders’ Population Conference in Nairobi between November 15th and 17th, 2010. The meeting, last held in 1989, aimed to define Kenya’s population agenda and revitalise family planning as a