A new feature in The Guardian spotlights Population Council’s research through the Nia Project, which assesses how providing menstrual health products and reproductive health education affects girls’ education and health in Kenya.
Recent research in East and Southern Africa suggests that post-rape services intended for adults are increasingly frequented by girls, many between the ages of 11-14.
Dr. Ubaidur Rob, Senior Associate and Country Director, Bangladesh received a prestigious award from the Obstetrical and Gynecological Society of Bangladesh (OGSB) during their 25th International Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting on December 17, 2016. The award is in recognition of Dr. Rob’s leadership in maternal health research particularly as it relates to a reduction in maternal mortality rates due to eclampsia.
News Deeply explores efforts by young people in Nairobi to encourage their peers to talk and learn about sex before they start becoming sexually active. The article sets the context with recent research from the Population Council on the risks and vulnerabilities of adolescent girls in two marginalized areas of Kenya.
NEW YORK (12 December 2016) — The Population Council announces the appointment of two new board members: Ms. Wanda Olson, who has over three decades of experience with the international law firm of Cleary Gottlieb, and Mr. Jonathan H. Kagan, an internationally recognized finance expert who serves as Managing Principal at Corporate Partners LLC.
What do US Vice President Joe Biden, Afghan activist-rapper Sonita Alizadeh, actress-humanitarian Ashley Judd, and Population Council expert Chernor Bah all have in common?