A dissemination event in Dhaka for the Link Up program, which combines programs, research and advocacy to meet the needs of populations at high risk of HIV infection, was covered by a range of Bangladeshi news outlets.
New findings from the Population Council’s Bangladeshi Association for Life Skills, Income, and Knowledge for Adolescents (BALIKA) project show that providing girls with educational support or skills training can reduce child marriage in Bangladesh by up to one-third.
New research from the Population Council published in PLOS ONE highlight the importance of providing women with access to accurate information about the benefits of male circumcision as a strategy to protect themselves and their families from HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The findings were reported on by POZ Magazine.
Population Council President Julia Bunting recently visited the Reproductive Health Unit (R3M) of the La General Hospital in Ghana to learn more about the country’s efforts to integrate reproductive health into the national health delivery system. The Hospital was founded by the Population Council and Ipas in 2008.
Christine Gathoni dreamed of becoming a doctor, not a patient, grimacing in pain as she pushed her baby girl into the world.
Within a decade, women everywhere should have access to quality contraceptive services, argues John Bongaarts.