PopPov has supported a global group of researchers looking at how population dynamics affect economic outcomes. This video follows the academic and professional successes that PopPov-funded researchers have experienced over their 10-year history.
With funding from the Hewlett Foundation, travel funding is available for researchers to attend or present at conferences, policy workshops, and technical meetings, or to engage with PopPov research in other ways.
April 2017: Researchers currently and formerly supported under the PopPov Initiative are featured in 36 sessions and 10 poster sessions at PAA. Download the schedule for more details.
May 2017: Bouba Housseini and David Sahn are co-authors of chapters in "Poverty Reduction in the Course of African Development"
April 2017: Bertil Tungodden is involved with the Girl Power project in Tanzania to combine training in entrepreneurship with health information.
January 2017: Idda Mosha successfully defended her PhD-thesis on family planning practices in Tanzania.