Population Council and the Indigenous Justice Circle Convene on the Sidelines of the Twenty-Third Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues to Elevate the Voices of Indigenous Girl Movements

Investing in the existing systems that historically supported Indigenous youth strengthens opportunities for improved social, economic, and health outcomes, contributing to advancements in education.

|The Atlantic

The Coming Birth-Control Revolution

An abundance of new methods for men could transform women's contraception too.

A fond farewell to Dr. Harriet Birungi

In deep appreciation for over two decades with the Council

|The Meteor

The Abortion Pill on Trial

The Council's Lisa Haddad and Gynuity Health Project's Beverly Winikoff speak with The Meteor on the potential impact of SCOTUS' ruling on mifepristone

Dr. Deepshikha Sharma Appointed Director of Climate Sciences to Population Council Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

Sharma brings over a decade of experience in renewable energy, climate change, and water and wastewater management policy research

Evalin Karijo Appointed Associate Director of the Population Council’s Girl Innovation, Research, and Learning (GIRL) Center

Karijo brings over 13 years of experience designing and implementing evidence-based interventions for adolescents and women

|MedCity News

MedCity FemFwd: What Male Birth Control Means for Women’s Health

Listen to Regine Sitruk-Ware and Chelsea Polis discuss the affects of male birth control products on women's health in this episode of the FemFwd podcast.

|BBC Newsday

Male contraception: Hope for external gel

Listen to Régine Sitruk-Ware discuss the NES/T gel.

WomenLift Health Announces Selection of Two Population Council Researchers to Leadership Program

Chelsea Polis and Waimar Tun to join the 2024 North America Cohort as Emerging Leaders

A vaginal ring that discreetly delivers anti-HIV drugs will reach more women

The Council's Anita Garg was interviewed about the dapivirine vaginal ring for this article in NPR's Goats and Soda blog.

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