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.
The PopPov Stakeholder Listings serve to facilitate the dissemination of research results and recommendations to the appropriate stakeholders in government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector.
January 2017: Gervais Beninguisse's research on HIV among people with disabilities was published in The Lancet.
October 2016: Elina Pradhan gave a presentation titled "Link Between Education and Fertility in Low and Middle Income Countries" at the UN Committee on Population and Development.
January 2017: Mathias Kuepie co-authored a blog for Brookings titled "When social networks become a burden for African traders."
October 2016: Eliya Zulu gave a presentation titled "Africa's Demographic Transition and Demographic Dividend" at the UN Commission on Population and Development.