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Meet Our Fall 2011 Interns

Nancy Cooey, Library Intern  Nancy is originally from Pensacola, FL and is currently seeking a Masters of Library and Information Studies from Florida State University.  She received a BA in English and minors in Art History and Sustainability Studies in … Continue reading »

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PAI Remembers Women on World AIDS Day

PAI joined the global community on December 1st to commemorate Worlds AIDS Day and draw attention to the important role of family planning in preventing the spread of HIV. PAI launched a new website - Tipping Point – to showcase The Integration Partnership (TIP) and … Continue reading »

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Support a 4 Star Charity – Invest in Family Planning and Save Lives

Hi, and welcome to Population Action International. I’m delighted that you’re visiting our website today and exploring the programs and work that PAI undertakes. I’d like to start with a story that I think gets at the heart of who … Continue reading »

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Global Fund Extends Deadline for Round 11 Applications

The Global Fund held a special session of its board on September 26, 2011 to discuss Round 11 and recommendations made in the report of the High-Level Independent Review Panel on Fiduciary Controls and Oversight Mechanisms of the Global Fund … Continue reading »

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Trends in US Population Assistance

Since 1965, Congress has appropriated money in the foreign assistance bill for population assistance to developing countries to advance the U.S. foreign policy goals of promoting sustainable development and health in these countries. These monies support family planning and related … Continue reading »

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Birnbaum, C. 2011. “Modern Mothering.”  National Geographic, January 2011: 24. Kunzig, R. 2011. “Population 7 Billion: How Your World Will Change.” National Geographic, January 2011: 33 -69 Markham, Vicky. 2011. “By The Numbers: Population, Consumption, and Reproductive Health.” RH Reality … Continue reading »

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Radhika’s Story – Weathering Change

Consequences of climate change—floods, droughts, extreme weather, declining agricultural production—affect everyone. But in many developing countries, shifting temperature and precipitation patterns are making life especially hard for women and families. A new documentary, Weathering Change, tells the stories of women around the … Continue reading »

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Edita’s Story – Weathering Change

Consequences of climate change—floods, droughts, extreme weather, declining agricultural production—affect everyone. But in many developing countries, shifting temperature and precipitation patterns are making life especially hard for women and families. A new documentary, Weathering Change, tells the stories of women around the … Continue reading »

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Odelia’s Story – Weathering Change

Consequences of climate change—floods, droughts, extreme weather, declining agricultural production—affect everyone. But in many developing countries, shifting temperature and precipitation patterns are making life especially hard for women and families. A new documentary, Weathering Change, tells the stories of women around the … Continue reading »

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Ramkeshari and Renu – Weathering Change

Consequences of climate change—floods, droughts, extreme weather, declining agricultural production—affect everyone. But in many developing countries, shifting temperature and precipitation patterns are making life especially hard for women and families. A new documentary, Weathering Change, tells the stories of women around the … Continue reading »

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