Population Reference Bureau

For Research And Dissemination Of The Economic Impacts Of Population And Reproductive Health

With this grant, the Population Reference Bureau would work to increase the salience and impact of research funded under the Population and Poverty Research Initiative (PopPov) among policy audiences, including policymakers from developing countries, the media, and advocacy organizations. Since 2005, the Foundation and other funders have supported more than 100 research projects on the links between reproductive health, population dynamics, and economic development. The Bureau intends to enhance the researchers’ capacity to develop and communicate policy messages, create and disseminate research syntheses, and organize consultations at key venues to ensure findings from the Population and Poverty Research Initiative’s research can inform development policies.
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This grant will enable the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) to inform people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empower them to use information to advance the well-being of current and future generations. PRB plans to pursue four intermediate outcomes in the near term: upgrading its digital presence, including the website and social media channels to deliver content in a timely and effective way; strengthening its visibility and thought leadership on key issues such as the demographic dividend; implementing a knowledge management system to better reflect on and share lessons; and investing in human capital and leadership development among staff.

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