Maternal Health Supplies in Bangladesh

June 3, 2010

Jennifer Bergeson-Lockwood, Elizabeth Leahy Madsen and Jessica Bernstein In Bangladesh, maternal mortality appears to be declining; however, with at least 322 maternal deaths per 100,000 births, the country still has one of the highest maternal mortality ratios (MMR) in the … Continue reading »


Maternal Health Supplies in Uganda

June 3, 2010

Elizabeth Leahy Madsen, Jennifer Bergeson-Lockwood and Jessica Bernstein In Uganda, maternal mortality appears to have declined over the past decade, measured at 505 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2000/01 and 435 deaths in 2006, a ratio that is among … Continue reading »


Maternal Health Supplies Working Meetings

October 31, 2011

Meeting the Challenge: Securing Contraceptive Supplies

January 1, 2001

The Programme of Action adopted at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in 1994 establishes the right of men and women to be informed about their reproductive choices and health, and to have access to the information and … Continue reading »

Nature’s Place – Human Population and the Future of Biological Diversity

January 10, 2000

Richard P. Cincotta and Robert Engelman Nature’s Place┬ádiscusses how humans can preserve Earth and all its living species through the implementation on conservation programs. Questions raised in the report include, Does human population growth really matter to species loss? And … Continue reading »


Paying their Fair Share – Donor Countries and International Population Assistance

March 8, 1998

By Shanti R.Conly and Shyami de Silva In 1994, at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo, Egypt, the international community recognized the enormous unmet reproductive health needs in the developing world and the importance of … Continue reading »


People in the Balance – Population and Natural Resources at the Turn of the Millennium

January 1, 2000

Robert Engelman, with Richard P. Cincotta, Bonnie Dye, Tom Gardner-Outlaw and Jennifer Wisnewski The interactive maps and data tables presented on these web pages provide an updated index of population and natural resource data for 179 countries and chronicle this … Continue reading »


Plan and Conserve – A Source Book on Linking Population and Environmental Services in Communities

April 15, 1998

Robert Engelman Debates on population and environmental dynamics go back to the 18th century and show no signs of ending. Aspects of the linkage are clear enough, however, to raise the question: How can the connections between population and the … Continue reading »


Planting Seeds – Meeting Report 2001

June 1, 2001


Planting Seeds – Meeting Report 2002

June 3, 2002