Rebecca and Gladys at CTPH

Our Partners

Senior Director of Advocacy & Outreach, Rebecca Harrington, with CTPH founder and CEO Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka and Children at Primary School in Bwindi, Uganda

Population Connection is proud to support a small but growing number of partner organizations working to increase access to public health and family planning services. Since 2016, we have served as grant makers to small, highly-effective organizations working on the ground in their local communities to offer programs and services that contribute to stabilizing global population.

Population Connection’s focus has always been, and continues to be, education and advocacy efforts. Successful outcomes ultimately rely on service providers to offer the family planning and community building programs that represent the “final step” in our shared work to make the world a more just and sustainable place for everyone. Their missions and program work align closely with Population Connection’s mission and values. We view our support of these partners as a natural extension of the work we do every day. If you have additional questions about this program, or the partner organizations featured below, please contact us at

Conservation Through Public Health

CTPH expands voluntary access to family planning to promote a sustainable balance between humans and gorillas in East Africa’s protected areas.

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WINGS is a non-profit organization providing quality reproductive health education and services, with a focus on low-income, rural, indigenous Guatemalans.

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WINGS Nurse Ely Giving Talk

Stretchers Youth Organization

Stretchers Youth Organization is a youth-led and community-based grassroots organization that works from the ground up to promote and educate participants on health rights, good governance, and gender equality among indigenous youth and women in underserved sections of Kenya.

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Stretchers Youth Org Educator

Turimiquire Foundation

Turimiquire Foundation improves the lives of the marginalized rural populations of northeastern Venezuela by offering a range of programs focused on reproductive health and family planning, public education, rural livelihood, poverty reduction, and the environment.

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Turimiquire repro health workshop, outside

Unity for Women’s Empowerment (RUWDUC)

Unity for Women’s Empowerment (RUWDUC) is a nonprofit organization that supports rural development programs in environmental conservation, health care, and women’s empowerment throughout the Far-Western Region of Nepal.

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TROSA Water Collectors

Nasaruni Academy for Maasai Girls

The Nasaruni Academy for Maasai Girls provides schooling for disadvantaged girls in rural Narok, Kenya.

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Lemur Love

Lemur Love is a small non-profit organization that conducts research, biodiversity conservation, and small-scale development in Madagascar.

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