The PopPov Project Map is a visual representation of the countries where the PopPov network of researchers have studied social, health, and economic issues. You can click on the red pins to learn more about projects by location.
Research scientists will share the latest findings on interventions that contribute to better health and educational attainment for adolescent girls in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. The briefing will also explore how increased human capital of adolescent girls can contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
January 2016: Jean-François Kobiané, ISSP/University of Ouagadougou, is co-moderating a session at ICFP, “The contraceptive revolutions: Obvious or nuanced?”
October 2015: Judith Westeneng received her doctorate from Radboud University of Nijmegen. She investigated the relationship between empowering Tanzanian women and their reproductive health.
January 2016: Magnus Hatlebakk's research on labor migration from Nepal and economic resources was published in Oxford Development Studies.
December 2015: Joseph Nkurunziza, Pierre Claver Rutayisire and Ignace Habimana-Kabano of the PopDev project “Breaking the Cycle: Reproductive Health and Poverty Decline in Rwanda” successfully defended their theses.