In the lead up to World AIDS Day, a new article in The Lancet discusses strategies to target HIV prevention to adolescent girls and young women.
The International Center for Reach on Women (ICRW) recently awarded Population Council’s Eunice Muthengi with the 2016 Paula Kantor Award for Excellence in Field Research.
Young women with university degrees are five times more likely to be unemployed than young men in Egypt, according to new Population Council research on gender disparity in access to higher education.
The Population Council mourns the passing of Werner Holzer, a leading German journalist and a former Trustee of the Population Council. Holzer died after a short illness on Monday, November 14 at the age of 90.
Studies in Family Planning is pleased to announce a new article type to be included in the journal beginning in 2017: Data Papers.
NEW YORK (November 8) — The Population Council awarded David Coleman and Helen Epstein with the 2016 Olivia Schieffelin Nordberg Award for excellence in writing and editing in the population sciences. The award was presented at a reception at the Population Council in New York on Monday, November 7.
At the recent Girls Summit DC, Keeping Our Promises to Adolescent Girls, global leaders and advocates discussed how current programs and policies affect the lives of adolescent girls around the world and called on the global community to build on efforts to expand programming that improves girls’ lives.