The Population Program in 2009
In Tanzania, a crowd of people line up outside of a rural clinic operated by Marie Stopes International. The clinic can barely cope with the local population’s high demand for its services. People begin gathering here early in the morning before the doors open, but still, the clinic and its health care workers may not have the capacity to see all these patients by the day’s end. Photo courtesy of Paul Rosenberg, Hewlett Foundation.
- International Access to Family Planning and Reproductive Health
- Research, Training, and Advocacy to Create Sound Policy
- Family Planning and Reproductive Health in the United States
- Serving Bay Area Communities
In 2009, the Education Program made 70 grants to 58 organizations totaling over $41.5 million.
The Population Program in the News in 2009:
Foundations - A Q&A with Peter Belden
Getting Down the Facts to Reduce Poverty in Kenya
Featured Website: The Population and Poverty Research Network
A Wide Range of Health Care Resumes with Reversal of Federal Policy
Foundations - A Q&A with Sara Seims