PAI Partner, Negash Teklu explains how PHE Ethiopia has combined family planning and natural resource conservation to improve economic development, environmental sustainability and the health of women and their families.
In December 2011, TIP convened partners from all five focus countries to participate in an advocacy training and to attend the International Conference on STIs and AIDS in Africa (ICASA) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. During our time together, PAI spoke … Continue reading
This video was produced by Linktv as part of its Earth Focus series.
PAI advocates for women and families to have access to contraception in order to improve their health, reduce poverty and protect their environment. Learn how you can help support our work. Continue reading
Moises Naim of Efecto Naim, interviews PAI President, Suzanne Ehlers on the 7 billion milestone and more than half the world’s population being under the age of 25. Continue reading
Weathering Change takes us to Ethiopia, Nepal and Peru to hear the stories of four women as they struggle to care for their families, while enduring crop failures and water scarcity. As the world’s population hits 7 billion in 2011, the film shows how women and families are already adapting to environmental challenges that threaten their health and their livelihoods. Continue reading
Weathering Change follows women in Ethiopia, Nepal and Peru as they struggle to care for their families while enduring crop failure and water scarcity. The film explores how family planning can help women adapt to environmental challenges to their health and livelihood. Continue reading
Population: 7 Billion from Population Action International on Vimeo. As the world population hits the 7 Billion mark in October, there are a lot of questions that have arisen about the subject. Are we ready? What will happen next? Is … Continue reading
In this Empty Handed extra, Mary, a midwife in Uganda, talks about the embarrassment and hardship women in her community face when they can’t get the contraceptives they need. Continue reading