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Lancet Comment Examines Connection Between Climate Change, Health Ahead of the U.N. Climate Change conference in Copenhagen next week, a Lancet comment examines the health consequences associated with climate change and the case for linking climate and health goals. “The issue now is not whether climate change is occurring, but…

Kaiser Family Foundation Publishes Report On Donor Funding For Health In Low- & Middle-Income Countries

The Kaiser Family Foundation on Wednesday published a new report (.pdf), titled “Donor Funding for Health in Low- & Middle-Income Countries, 2002-2010,” that “tracks the most recently available data on funding from donor governments, including the United States, and from multilateral institutions for health in low- and middle-income countries,” according to the report summary.…

CSIS Talks With Malawi President Banda About Women’s Health, Empowerment

The Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) “wanted to learn more about how women leaders in Africa are bringing new attention to women’s health and empowerment in their own countries, and to bring those voices into the discussion about U.S. policy priorities for women’s global health,” so a small…

China To Maintain Current Family Planning Policy, Minister Says

“China will stick with its current family planning policy to maintain the country’s low birthrate but will make an effort to fine-tune it, … Wang Xia, minister of the National Population and Family Planning Commission, [said] at a national conference in Beijing on Monday amid widespread speculation that the one-child…

Economist Examines Economic, Social Effects Of China’s ‘One-Child Policy’

In the current print edition, the Economist includes two articles examining different aspects of China’s so-called “one-child policy.” The first article looks at the effects of the country’s shrinking working-age population, which the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) recently announced “shrank last year by a total of 3.45 million,” the…

Demand For Family Planning Services Growing In Malawi Despite Challenges

IRIN examines access to family planning services in Malawi, where women have an average of 5.8 children and the population is expected to grow from 15 million in 2010 to 50 million in 2050, according to the news service. A study (.pdf) by the African Institute for Development Policy and Population Action International…

Hoping For Universal Family Planning By 2030

Dana Horvig, CEO of Marie Stopes International, writes in the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Impatient Optimists” blog that his hope is “that by 2030 we are finally living in the golden age of family planning … in which everyone has access to whatever type of contraception they want, no…