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Sex in the City: The Family Planning Needs of the Urban Poor

July 10, 2014

Today, 3.9 billion of us — more than half the world’s population — live in cities. By 2050, about two-thirds of us will live in urban areas. With so many people moving into cities, you might think they’re gaining access … Continue reading »

Thanks and Spanks for Family Planning Donors

November 6, 2013

For our latest infographic, we compared each donor’s actual funding for family planning and reproductive health to their fair share of funding. Then we ranked them based on how close they come to meeting their fair share. Rankings can be … Continue reading »

The Economics of Birth Control

November 12, 2013

Spending $1 and getting $4 back sounds like a good deal, doesn’t it? Well for every $1 we invest in family planning, we save $4 in other areas like education, public health, and water and sanitation. It’s time to cash … Continue reading »

The Shape of Things To Come Interactive Database

June 1, 2007

The Shape of Things to Come Interactive Database brings the findings of this landmark publication to life. With just a few mouse clicks you can compare population profiles of up to three countries at a time, view world age structure … Continue reading »

These Three Cheap Drugs Can Save Moms’ Lives

May 8, 2014

In our first #MomsMatter infographic, we told you we have a problem. A big one. Every two minutes, 800 mothers die in pregnancy of childbirth, and almost all these deaths take place in the developing world. Three cheap drugs could … Continue reading »

Think Your 30-Minute Wait at the Doctor’s Office is Bad? Try This.

August 20, 2013

Say you’re living with HIV but married to someone who isn’t.  When you go to the nearest clinic to get contraceptives, you probably also want to receive medication for your HIV. Your partner also wants to be routinely tested to … Continue reading »

What’s the Difference Between the Helms Amendment and the Global Gag Rule?

July 31, 2014

Have you ever heard of the Helms Amendment? How about the Global Gag Rule? They’re both harmful U.S. policies that prevent women from getting the reproductive care they need. But how are they different? The Helms Amendment restricts funding for … Continue reading »