population & development

Making Aid Effectiveness Work for Family Planning and Reproductive Health - Report by Population Action International, September 2009

Professor Jeffrey Sachs was 2007's BBC Reith Lecturer, delivering a series entitled Bursting at the Seams and issuing a plea for more resources to be devoted contraception and family planning. Click here to hear the lecture.

To download a pdf of the report RETURN OF THE POPULATION GROWTH FACTOR click here.

UNESCAP REPORT: ASIA-PACIFIC ENVIRONMENT AT BOILING POINT - UN press release 22 December 2006

POPULATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE - 11 Feb
Professor Ian Lowe, President of the Australian
Conservation Foundation, Farley Lecture

Plan B 2.0: Rescuing a Planet Under Stress and a Civilization in Trouble
Introduction to book by by Lester R. Brown, Earth Policy Institute, with funding from UNFPA and Lannan Institute. Stabilising world population through reproductive health and family planning services for all the world’s women is a "principle line item" in the budget to eradicate poverty.

Inquiry: Population Growth - its impact on the MDGs
All Party Parliamentary Group on Population, Development and Reproductive Health (UK) 2006 inquiry which includes evidence from representatives of the United Nations and the World Bank along with international academics, NGOs and regional experts.

World Population Policies 2005
United Nations, Population Division's report which delineates governments’ views and policies concerning population and development for the 194 member states and non-member states of the UN, 2006

Population, Reproductive Health and the Millennium Project
Summary January 2005 Overseas Development Institute

2005 World Population Data Sheet
The Population Reference Bureau

Population and Women’s Empowerment
Population Connection

Human Development Report 05
UNDP

The Impact of Population Growth
A White Paper from Population Communications International

Population Development Planning in the Pacific
Secretariat of the South Pacific

Population Issues-Why Are They Given Low Priority
Gavin Jones Asia-Pacific Population Journal April 2005

Population Dynamics and Economic Development-Elements of A Research Agenda
Centre for Global Deveopment

Spousal Communication and Family Planning Adoption Effects of a Radio Drama Serial in Nepal
Published in International Family Planning and Perspectives in 2002, this article presents the findings from a five-year panel study in Nepal that assessed the influence of a mass media intervention on spousal communication about family planning, and the impacts of spousal communication on family planning adoption.

 

 

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