2020
  1. 6 Organizations Working To Improve Lives In Africa [AFIDEP at number six]. (2020, June 12). Ezvid – Los Angeles (video wiki). Retrieved from: https://wiki.ezvid.com/m/6-organizations-working-to-improve-lives-in-africa-09YT9Rx5whHFt
  2. Covid-19: Studies show cost of lockdown outweighs benefit. (2020, May 29). Daily Nation – Kenya (online newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mobile.nation.co.ke/blogs/-Studies-show-cost-of-lockdown-outweighs-benefit/1949942-5565390-12upjroz/index.html
  3. That the damage does not outweigh the benefits. (2020, May 26). Explica (digital media agency). Retrieved from: https://www.explica.co/that-the-damage-does-not-outweigh-the-benefits/
  4. The developing world needs its own coronavirus policies. (2020, May 23). The Australian (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.theaustralian.com.au/commentary/the-developing-world-needs-its-own-coronavirus-policies/news-story/5a69363154ab7a545a587ddfd4f9286b
  5. Covid-19 is undoing years of progress in curbing global poverty. (2020, May 23) The Economist:  (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.economist.com/international/2020/05/23/covid-19-is-undoing-years-of-progress-in-curbing-global-poverty
  6. Madise, J. N. (2020, May 18). Last-mile Covid response. The Nation Malawi. Retrieved from: https://www.mwnation.com/last-mile-covid-response/
  7. Madise, J. N. (2020, May 15). Tackling Covid-19 in Malawi. The Nation Malawi. Retrieved from: https://www.mwnation.com/tackling-covid-19-in-malawi/
  8. Abdullahi, L. (2020, April 16). Local evidence needed in Africa’s Covid-19 responses. The Standard – Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001368114/local-evidence-crucial-in-africa-s-responses
  9. Abdullahi, L. (2020, April 15). Local evidence needed in Africa’s Covid-19 responses. The Star – Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.the-star.co.ke/opinion/columnists/2020-04-15-local-evidence-needed-in-africas-covid-19-responses/
  10. Challenges in the healthcare systems and beyond, policies and best practices to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa [interview with Dr.Eliya Zulu]. (2020, April 1). AfricaNews! – USA (radio). Retrieved from: https://soundcloud.com/user-343237657/africanow-apr-1-2020-coronavirus-in-africa-human-rights-defenders-in-colombia
  11. Abdullahi, L. (2020, March 25). Corona- Scientific evidence vs populist decisions. Business Daily – Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/analysis/letters/Corona–Scientific-evidence-vs-populist-decisions/4307714-5503002-13r4eluz/index.html
  12. Abdullahi, L. (2020, March 23). Corona- Scientific evidence vs populist decisions. The Nation Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/covid-19-evidence-vs-popularist-decision/
  13. Beim Kampf gegen die globale Corona-Pandemie sollten wir kein Land zurücklassen [What is your assessment of possible future developments regarding the Covid19 situation?]. (2020, March 23). Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung (NOZ) – Germany (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.noz.de/deutschland-welt/politik/artikel/2018159/nyovani-janet-madise-beim-kampf-gegen-die-globale-corona-pandemie-sollten-wir-kein-land-zuruecklassen?amp
  14. Shock in Migori as woman gives birth alone in dispensary. (2020, March 5). The Standard Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001362924/neglect-at-hospital-as-migori-woman-gives-birth
  15. Migori woman gives birth on floor of dispensary. (2020, March 4). The Star Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2020-03-04-absent-nurses-woman-gives-birth-on-floor-of-migori-dispensary/
  16. High teen pregnancy calls for sex education. 2020, January 30). The Star Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/big-read/2020-01-30-high-teen-pregnancy-calls-for-sex-education%E2%80%93afidep/
2019
  1. Transparency, accountability key to growth – experts. (2019, December 9). The Nation – Malawi (online newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/transparency-accountability-key-to-growth-experts/
  2. Heneine, E. (2019, December 9). Climate migration no stranger to Malawi. The Nation – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/climate-migration-no-stranger-to-malawi/
  3. Don’t leave national development goals to donors. (2019, December 9). The Times Group – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://times.mw/dont-leave-national-development-to-donors/
  4. What’s causing the generation gap in Kenyan coffee production? (2019, December 9). The Perfect Daily Grind – UK (online publication). Retrieved from: https://www.perfectdailygrind.com/2019/12/whats-causing-the-generation-gap-in-kenyan-coffee-production/
  5. African students on Chinese scholarships made to sing military songs, salute Chinese regime flag. (2019, December 5). The Epoch Times – US (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.theepochtimes.com/african-students-on-chinese-scholarships-made-to-sing-military-songs-salute-chinese-regime-flag_3141618.html
  6. Population Conference closes in Uganda with Entebbe Declaration. (2019, November 22). CGTN Africa (television network). Retrieved from: https://africa.cgtn.com/2019/11/22/population-conference-closes-in-uganda-with-entebbe-declaration/
  7. Teach culturally appropriate sexual education in schools – Population experts. (2019, November 20). Ghanaian Times (newspaper). Retrieved from: http://www.ghanaiantimes.com.gh/teach-culturally-appropriate-sexual-education-in-schools-population-experts/.

[This article was also posted on All Africa. 2019, November 20]

  1. Regional dialogue tackles population, development. (2019, November 19). The Nation – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/regional-dialogue-tackles-population-development/
  2. Violence pushes 2,000 out of school. (2019, November 18). Daily Times – Malawi. Retrieved from: https://times.mw/violence-pushes-2000-out-of-school/
  3. Hewlett Foundation (2019, November 16). Can African think tanks help strengthen government use of data and evidence? We think so. The Good Men Project (online). Retrieved from: https://goodmenproject.com/politics-2/can-african-think-tanks-help-strengthen-government-use-of-data-and-evidence-we-think-so/

[This article was also posted by Hewlett Foundation. 2019, September 13]

  1. DW News Africa with Christine Mhundwa interviews Dr Eliya Zulu. (2019, November 12). DW News – Germany (television). Retrieved from: https://www.dw.com/en/dw-news-africa-with-christine-mhundwa-12-november-2019/av-47236533
  2. Onyango, B. (2019, November 13). Kenya needs an evidence agenda. Business Daily – Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/analysis/columnists/Kenya-needs-an-evidence-agenda/4259356-5347726-7n1ojk/index.html

This article was also posted on:

  1. Madise, N. (2019, November 11). Accelerating Africa’s promise in SRHR. The Nation – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/accelerating-africas-promise-in-srhr/
  2. Jensen, C. (2019, November 9). Keep the promise to the girl child: End teen pregnancies. Weekend Nation – Malawi (newspaper).
  3. Onyango, B. & Kahurani, E. (2019, November 5). Teen pregnancies still a major challenge. Business Daily – Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/analysis/ideas/Teen-pregnancies-still-a-major-challenge/4259414-5337782-fxmi98z/index.html

[This article was also posted on Kenya News Alert. 2019, November 5]

  1. 3600 primary school teachers’ recruitment starts. (2019, October 28). The Nation – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/3-600-primary-school-teachers-recruitment-starts/
  2. Past and present poverty elimination efforts and existing potential in Tanzania. (2019, October 10). The Exchange (financial journal). Retrieved from: https://theexchange.africa/past-and-present-poverty-elimination-efforts-and-existing-potential-in-tanzania/
  3. Kenya’s changing population captured in 100 words. (2019, October 7). BBC Work life (website article). Retrieved from: https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20190924-kenyas-changing-population-captured-in-100-photos.

[This article was also posted on BBC Indonesia. 2019, October 7]

  1. Govt ‘cheats’ on JCE phase out! (2019, October 6). The Nation – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/govt-cheats-on-jce-phase-out/
  2. Sharra, S. (2019, October 5). Leveraging Africa’s demographic transition: Malawi’s education imperative. The Nation – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/leveraging-africas-demographic-transition-malawis-education-imperative/
  3. Bringing back Malawi Junior Certificate Education examination. (2019, September 18). Living Waters Church Radio – Malawi (radio).
  4. Malawi government cuts university students loans budget, 2000 risk expulsion. (September 16, 2019). Nyasa Times – Malawi  (online newspaper) Retrieved from: https://www.nyasatimes.com/malawi-govt-cuts-university-students-loans-budget-2000-risk-expulsion/
  5. Higher Education Loans Board budget cut – implications. (2019, September 16). Rainbow TV – Malawi (television).

[This was also broadcasted on Zodiak Broadcasting Station radio (ZBS) – Malawi. 2019, September 16].

  1. School construction stalled for 8 years. (2019, September 15). Zodiak Broadcasting Station radio (ZBS) – Malawi (radio).
  2. Interview with Steve Shara: 2019-2020 National budget: implications for education. (2019, September 13). Galaxy FM – Malawi (radio).

Steve Sharra was also interviewed on the same issue on:

  • Zodiak Broadcasting Station (ZBS) – Malawi (radio). 2019, September 16
  • Capital FM radio – Malawi. (2019, September 10
  • Timveni Radio – Malawi. 2019, September 10
  • Galaxy FM radio – Malawi. 2019, September 10
  • Rainbow TV – Malawi. 2019, September 9
  1. TUM wants higher pay hike for teachers. (2019, September 12). The Nation – Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/tum-wants-higher-pay-hike-for-teachers/
  2. Malawi College of Health Sciences lecturers on strike for 8 months. (2019, September 12). Capital FM – Malawi (radio).
  3. Malawi: Anti-quota system demonstrations. (2019, September 12). Zodiak Broadcasting Station (ZBS) – Malawi (radio).
  4. Zulu, E. (2019, September 12). Governance lessons Malawi can draw from Robert Mugabe’s rule. The Nyasa Times (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.nyasatimes.com/governance-lessons-malawi-can-draw-from-mugabe/
  5. Zulu, E. (2019, September 11). Some governance lessons from Robert Mugabe’s rule. The Nation Malawi (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://mwnation.com/some-governance-lessons-from-mugabe
  6. Zulu, E. (2019, September 7). Zulu: Some lessons from Robert Mugabe’s rule. The East African (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/oped/comment/lessons-from-Robert-Mugabe/434750-5263924-15amx6m/index.html

[This article was also posted on Kenyan Tribute (online news source). 2019, September 7]

  1. Interview with Steve Shara: 2019 Malawi School Certificate of Education exam results. (2019, September 7). Yoneco FM – Malawi (radio).

Steve Sharra was also interview on the same issue on:

  • Zodiac Broadcasting Station – Malawi (radio). 2019, September 5
  • Channel for Nations FM – Malawi (radio). 2019, September 3
  • Rainbow TV – Malawi (television). 2019, September 3
  • Capital FM – Malawi (radio). 2019, September 3
  • Nkhoma Synod Radio Malawi (radio). 2019, September 3
  • MIJ FM Malawi (radio). 2019, September 3
  • Timveni TV Malawi (television). 2019, September 2
  1. African countries house most youth. (2019, September 4). Ceylon Today (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://ceylontoday.lk/print-more/39493
  2. Interview with Steve Shara: 2019 Malawi School Certificate of Education exam results. (2019: September 3). Timveni TV – Malawi (television)
  3. MSCE results a reflection of curriculum change, JC abolishment.’ (2019, September 2). September 2, Kulinji.com – Malawi (online news platform). Retrieved from: https://www.kulinji.com/index.php/article/news/2019/msce-results-reflection-curriculum-change-jc-abolishment

Steve Sharra was also interview on the same issue on:

  • Capital FM – Malawi (radio). 2019, September 2
  • Times Newspaper & Radio (Malawi): 2019 September 2
  • Chanco FM – Malawi (radio): 2019 September 2
  1. 19 of the world’s 20 youngest countries are in Africa [quotes AFIDEP’s data]. (2019, August 30). World Economic Forum (website Article). Retrieved from: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/08/youngest-populations-africa/
  2. Bernard Onyango (AFIDEP) interview on the 2019 Census. (2019, August 24). NTV – Kenya (Television). Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjA5PD15Iaw
  3. Historia ya shughuli ya kuhesabu watu nchini tangu 1948 [information used was provided by AFIDEP when they trained journalists during the Media Council of Kenya (MCK) 2019 Summit]. (2019, August 21). NTV – Kenya (Television). Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bb1dTXo3mO4
  4. Chinsinga Tips Journalist on Parliamentary Reporting [training organized by Parliament of Malawi and AFIDEP]. (2019, August 13). Face of Malawi (online news). Retrieved from: http://www.faceofmalawi.com/2019/08/chinsinga-tips-journalist-on-parliamentary-reporting/
  5. Interview with Steve Sharra: Primary School Leaving Certificate exam results. (2019, August 12). Capital FM – Malawi (radio).

Steve Sharra was also interview on the same issue on:

  • Zodiak Broadcasting Station radio (ZBS) – Malawi. 2019, August 12
  • Yoneco FM – Malawi (radio): 2019, August 10
  • Zodiak Broadcasting Station radio (ZBS) – Malawi. 2019, August 7
  • Galaxy Radio – Malawi (radio): 2019, August 5 
  1. Malawi: Demos Speak Volumes about Malawi Broken System – Chinsinga [remarks during training organized by Parliament of Malawi and AFIDEP]. (2019, August 11). All Africa (online news. Retrieved from: https://allafrica.com/stories/201908120117.html
  2. Dr Paul Kawale Interview on Stimulating Public Discussion on Sepsis in Malawi. (2019, August 11). African Sepsis Alliance (website Article). Retrived from: https://www.africansepsisalliance.org/news/2019/8/8/stimulating-public-discussion-on-sepsis-in-malawi
  3. Les investissements dans l’agriculture africaine ne doivent pas profiter qu’aux multi-nationales [Investments in African agriculture should not only benefit multinationals – quotes AFIDEP’s statistics]. (2019, August 6). Le Monde – French Daily (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2019/08/06/les-investissements-dans-l-agriculture-africaine-ne-doivent-pas-profiter-qu-aux-multinationales_5497080_3212.html
  4. Interview with Steve Sharra: Nexus between population, health and education. (2019, August 6). Timveni TV – Malawi (radio)
  5. Migration and health: what southern Africa needs to do to plug the gaps. (2019, July 31). The Conversation (online media outlet­). Retrieved from: https://theconversation.com/migration-and-health-what-southern-africa-needs-to-do-to-plug-the-gaps-121144
  6. Unplanned pregnancies hamper progress. (2019, July 31). Daily Nation – Kenya (newspaper): Retrieved from: https://www.nation.co.ke/oped/opinion/Unplanned-pregnancies-hamper-progress/440808-5197084-14vlwmlz/index.html
  7. Focus on policy and investment as teenage pregnancies remain high. (2019, July 9). Business Daily – Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/datahub/Focus-on-policy-and-investment-as-teenage-pregnancies/3815418-5189060-dxew0hz/index.html
  8. Issues surrounding the increasing rates of teenage pregnancies in Kenya. (2019, June 24). Potentash Blog – (Kenya digital blog): Retrieved from: https://www.potentash.com/2019/06/24/gender-increasing-rates-teenage-pregnancies/
  9. Teen Pregnancy on the rise: We tell you how lack of openness in sex education affects teenagers (international television, digital media) – May 29, 2019 v:Retrived from:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w13xttsw
  10. The menace that is teen pregnancies, girls in rural areas most affected. (2019, May 25). KTN News – Kenya (television). Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ5-ARdj8lU
  11. An amendment to Sexual Offences Act is supportive of teenage pregnancies. (2019, May 22). The Standard Newspaper- Kenya. Retrieved from: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/evewoman/article/2001326630/an-amendment-to-sexual-offences-act-is-supportive-of-teenage-pregnancies
  12. Teen Pregnancy in Kenya. (2019, May 17). Biira Online – Kenya (digital blog). Retrieved from: https://biiraonline.com/2019/05/17/teen-pregnancy-in- kenya/
  13. Research by AFIDEP used during the show. (2019, May 17). Switch TV – Kenya (Television). Retrieved from: https:www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ58t5DufVs&t=952s
  14. Teen Pregnancies costing Kenya 17% lifetime GDP. (2019, May 16 – 17). Royal Media Services (Hot 96, Ramogi FM, Chamgei FM, Radio citizen) – Kenya.
  15. Teen Pregnancy, change in strategy needed. (2019, May 16). Switch TV – Kenya (television).
  16. Reliable, accurate information vital to policy-making in Africa. (2019, May 15). The East African (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/business/Reliable-accurate-information-vital-to-policymaking-in-Africa/2560-5116528-n6yo1d/index.html
  17. Drivers of African Fertility Transition in the 21st Century (2019, April 17, 2019). SDG Knowledge Hub (online resource center). Retrieved from: https://sdg.iisd.org/commentary/guest-articles/drivers-of-african-fertility-transition-in-the-21st-century/
  18. How Kenya can attain universal health coverage. (2019, April 8). Business Daily – Kenya (newspaper). Retrieved from: https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/analysis/ideas/How-Kenya-can-attain-universal-health/4259414-5062348-10sp7ts/index.html
  19. One-on-one interview with Dr Paul Kawaleon Sepsis and ARCS project in Chichewa. (2019, April 2). Timveni 98.5 FM – Malawi (radio).
  20. One-on-one interview with Emma Heneineon Sepsis and ARCS project, and lung health and TB and IMPALA project. (2019, March 27). Capital 96.1 FM – Malawi (radio).
  21. Panel discussion on the report of a parliamentary motion to have the Malawi Parliament operate independent in its oversight role. (2019, March 19). Zodiak TV and Radio – Malawi (radio).
2018
  1. Egyptian Streets: Al Sisi Announces Aswan Capital for African Youth in 2019 – November 7, 2018: https://egyptianstreets.com/2018/11/07/al-sisi-announces-aswan-capital-for-african-youth-in-2019/
  2. NTV (Kenya): Streamlining Kenya’s ambitions to achieve universal health coverage by 2022- interview with Bernard Onyango (television) – July 5, 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJcgDs5hiOo
  3. African Newspage: AFIDEP study reveals youth bulge in East Africa (digital newspaper) – June 22, 2018: https://www.africannewspage.net/2018/06/afidep-study-reveals-youth-bulge-in-east-africa/
  4. KTN (Kenya): Youth and Budget: Youth employment priority to government- interview with Bernard Onyango (television) – June 15, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=425&v=ccdvXyrVfFU
  5. KTN (Kenya): Bottom Line Africa 6- June 14, 2018
2017
  1. Standard Media (Kenya): Sexuality education for Kenya’s youth: when the evidence is on the wall, but politics gets in the way (newspaper) – July 10, 2017
  2. Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC): Panel discussion on Family planning and the demographic dividend (television) – July 4, 2017
  3. KTN (Kenya): The 2017 African Union Summit focus on youth development- panel discussion (television) – July 3, 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=Uyyu6LWkeH8
2016
  1. Standard (Kenya): Writer was wrong about family planning (newspaper) – August 8, 2016: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2000211220/writer-was-wrong-on-family-planning/?pageNo=2
  2. Africa Up Close: Closing the Gender Gap and Empowering Women for Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (Wilson Center blog) – August 4, 2016: https://africaupclose.wilsoncenter.org/closing-the-gender-gap-and-empowering-women-for-development-in-sub-saharan-africa/
  3. Africa Program: Fertility Rates and the Demographic Dividend (Wilson Center blog) – June 30, 2016: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/article/fertility-rates-and-the-demographic-dividend
  4. Africa Up Close: Africa has the demography for dividends, but will it get the policy right? (Wilson Center blog) – June 22, 2016: https://africaupclose.wilsoncenter.org/africa-has-the-demography-for-dividends-but-will-it-get-the-policy-right/
  5. The Conversation: Chikungunya epidemic casts its pall: what you should know (media outlet) – June 19, 2016: https://theconversation.com/chikungunya-epidemic-casts-its-pall-what-you-should-know-60646
  6. Daily Nation (Kenya): Reform should focus on content (newspaper) – June 13, 2016: http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/Opinion/reform-should-focus-on-content/440808-3246740-q0q5bv/index.html
  7. Daily Nation (Kenya): Keep girls in school to avoid teen pregnancy (newspaper) – article by Violet Murunga, May 24, 2016: http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/Opinion/Keep-girls-in-school-to-avoid-teen-pregnancy/440808-3215656-vuypbjz/index.html
  8. Daily Nation (Kenya): Quality of education in varsities and colleges needs urgent review (newspaper) – April 24, 2016: http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/Opinion/Quality-of-education/440808-3174660-c7paowz/index.html
  9. New Security Beat: Changing the narrative on fertility decline in Africa (Wilson Center blog) – April 20, 2016: https://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2016/04/changing-narrative-fertility-decline-africa/
  10. Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (television)- March 16, 2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9XPnQgXB2k
  11. People Daily (Kenya): Neglect of key groups undermines progress against HIV/AIDS (newspaper) – March 10, 2016: http://www.mediamaxnetwork.co.ke/people-daily/205431/neglect-of-key-groups-undermines-progress-against-hivaids/
2015
  1. NTV (Kenya): Issues affecting the adolescents: http://bit.ly/1GLIMiu
  2. Citizen TV (Kenya): Teenagers and alcohol (television) – October 26, 2015: http://bit.ly/1KCt7Nt
  3. Daily Nation (Kenya): WHO guidelines on HIV treatment good news for Kenya (newspaper) – October 23, 2015: http://bit.ly/1MGSUf3
  4. K24 TV (Kenya): Rising cases of misbehaving teens (television) – October 22, 2015: http://bit.ly/1GlqS6h
  5. Daily Mail (Zambia): Africa gets growth blueprint (newspaper) – October 1, 2015: https://www.daily-mail.co.zm/?p=45527
  6. Daily Nation (Kenya): Parliament caucus on evidence-based decisions timely (newspaper) – September 10, 2015: http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/blogs/-evidence-use-in-decision-making/-/620/2863478/-/7uni9k/-/index.html
  7. People Daily (Kenya): Launch of the Parliamentary Caucus on Evidence-informed Decision-making and Oversight (newspaper) – August 27, 2015: http://www.mediamaxnetwork.co.ke/people-daily/164498/mps-launch-caucus-on-evidence-usage/
  8. Daily Nation (Kenya): Ministry expects cholera outbreaks to end soon (newspaper) – June 30, 2015: https://bit.ly/33xmBJS
  9. UN WEB TV: Presentation by Eliya Zulu on “National economic prospects based on time-critical investments in young people. The presentation showcases new evidence on empowering, educating and employing young people to cash in on the demographic dividend and offer perspectives for reaching inclusive and transformational post-2015 development outcomes (web television) – April 28, 2015: http://webtv.un.org/watch/unfpa-briefing-on-youth-and-the-demographic-dividend/4202095610001?page=3#full-text
  10. All Africa.com: Quality education as a prerequisite to develop the youngest Africa (news website) – March 31, 2015: http://allafrica.com/stories /201504010441.html
  11. NewSecurityBeat: Efforts to build resilience in Sahel focus on food, climate, population dynamics (Wilson Center blog) – March 6 2015: http://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2015/03/efforts-build-resilience-sahel-focus-food-climate-population-dynamics/
  12. Daily Nation (Kenya): Do more for maternal health, experts tell govt (newspaper) – February 12, 2015: https://bit.ly/2NqA9kP
  13. Daily Nation (Kenya): How research can influence policy decisions (newspaper) – January 30, 2015: https://bit.ly/2qxGYIf
2014

Al Jazeera English: Dr. Eliya Zulu on Al Jazeera: The youth boom and harnessing the demographic dividend in Africa (international media) – August 13, 2014: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pN2hcIWQhUI#t=14

2013
  1. Daily Nation (Kenya): Kenya praised for vital reproductive health policy (newspaper) – May 28, 2013: https://www.nation.co.ke/news/Kenya-praised-for-vital-reproductive-health-policy/1056-1865132-1dqq95/index.htm
  2. NewSecurityBeat: Lessons from Kenya and Malawi on combining climate change, Development, and population policy (Wilson Center blog) – May 1, 2013: http://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2013/05/lessons-kenya-malawi-combining-climate-change-development-population-policy/#.UbGG_pxdxRI
  3. PHYS.Org: Experts sound alarm over ‘perfect storm in African Sahel (online news portal) – April 10, 2013: http://phys.org/news/2013-04-experts-alarm-storm-african-sahel.html
  4. Aspen Institute: The Demographic Dividend: It’s Not Just for Demographers Anymore (Aspen live stream) – April 4, 2013: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xai-rgoSgA4
  5. Africa Up Close: Achieving the Demographic Dividend: A Window of Opportunity for sub-Sahara Africa (Wilson Center Blog)- article by James Ciera, Violet I Murunga, Juliette Mutheu and Eliya Zulu, February 4, 2013: https://africaupclose.wilsoncenter.org/achieving-the-demographic-dividend-a-window-of-opportunity-for-sub-sahara-africa/
  6. The East African: EA’s population waiting to explode (newspaper) – January 26, 2013: https://bit.ly/2NL9YUS
2012
  1. Ghetto Radio (Kenya): Population major challenge to climate change: Activist (radio) – November 22, 2012: http://www.ghettoradio.co.ke/population-major-challenge-to-climate-change-activist/
  2. Africanews (Malawi): Malawi: Population, Climate Change to swallow nature (news media) – October 12, 2012: http://www.africanews.com/site/Malawi_Population_climate_change_to_swallow_nature/list_messages/42433
  3. The New Humanitarian (formerly Irin News- Kenya): Kenya Boosting Contraceptive use to cut unsafe abortions (news agency) – October 3, 2012: http://www.thenewhumanitarian.org/report/96445/kenya-boosting-contraceptive-use-cut-unsafe-abortions
  4. The Lancet: Making family planning a national development priority, a commentary in the Lancet special issue on family planning (medical journal) – July 14, 2012: http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(12)60904-0/abstract
  5. Rio+20 Summit News Features:
  1. RH Reality Check: Live from Rio+20, Day Four: “Plenary Floor, Demographic Dividend and the Youth Bulge.” (online news) – June 22, 2012: http://rhrealitycheck.org/article/2012/06/22/live-from-rio20-day-four-plenary-floor-demographic-dividend-and-youth-bulge/
  2. NewSecurityBeat: Pop at Rio+20: Reproductive Rights Missing from outcome document – Assessing the disappointment (Wilson Center blog) – June 22, 2012: http://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2012/06/pop-at-rio20-reproductive-rights-missing-from-outcome-document-assessing-the-disappointment/#.UbGlz5xdxRI
  3. NewSecurityBeat: Royal Society Launches ‘People and the Planet’ Study (Wilson Center blog)- June 19, 2012: http://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2012/06/royal-society-launches-people-and-the-planet-study/#.UbGpT5xdxRI
  4. NewSecurityBeat: Pop at Rio+20: Cairo, Rio and Beyond (Wilson Center blog) – June 18, 2012: http://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2012/06/pop-at-rio20-cairo-rio-and-beyond/#.UbGlxZxdxRI
  5. Capital FM News (Kenya): Kenya falters on family planning vow (radio) – July 18, 2012: https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2012/07/39510/
  6. BBC News Science & Environment: Scientists urge Rio moves on population and consumption (international media) – June 14, 2012: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-18422619
  7. Voice of America (VOA): Political Will, Health Concerns Drive Africa’s Family Planning (radio network) – June 5, 2012: https://www.voanews.com/africa/political-will-health-concerns-drive-africas-family-planning
  8. Inter Press Service: Climate Change and Family Planning – Twin Issues for LDCs (news agency) – May 30, 2012: http://www.ipsnews.net/2012/05/climate-change-and-family-planning-twin-issues-for-ldcs/
  9. Royal Society:Report on ‘People and the Planet’ – Eliya Msiyaphazi Zulu (Royal Society YouTube) – April 26, 2012: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DVktz4TL1Q
  10. University of California, Berkley. Plenary II: Consequences of High Fertility and Population Growth: The Special Case of Africa (UC Berkley YouTube) – February 11, 2012: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGC5ssePdH4
2011
  1. Inter Press Service (IPS): AFRICA: Slow Progress in Reducing Maternal Mortality (news agency) – September 7, 2011: http://www.ipsnews.net/2011/09/africa-slow-progress-in-reducing-maternal-mortality/
  2. NewSecurityBeat: Eliya Zulu on Population Growth, Family Planning, and Urbanization in Africa (Wilson Center blog) – February 11, 2011: http://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2011/02/eliya-zulu-on-population-growth-family-planning-and-urbanization-in-africa/
2010
  1. Results for Development (R4D): The Challenges of communicating development research, December 2, 2010: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAbdovHd-Us
  2. University of California, Berkley (uctv): Challenge of the Slums: Global Health in the Urban Century – August 19, 2010: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLqqCwCgED4