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Global Partner Series

We’re proud to partner with organizations around the world whose work helps stabilize global population. Since 2016, we’ve made grants or donations to small-to-medium sized organizations working on the ground in their communities to remove barriers to girls’ education, increase access to public health and family planning services, and conserve wildlife. We were able to expand this program substantially in 2022 and are excited to share the work of these incredible organizations with you!

Join us throughout the year for presentations from our Global Partners, each working in their own community to provide programs and services that contribute to stabilizing global population.

See below for a line-up of upcoming presentations, Q+A interviews with our partners, and more!

Upcoming Presentations

Unity For Women’s Empowerment

A discussion on sustainable development initiatives for 2023 in Nepal’s far-western region

Rural Women’s Development and Unity Center (RUWDUC) Nepal 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. Join us for an in-depth discussion on the organization’s exciting 2023 initiatives with RUWDUC’s Executive Director, Kamal Rawal, and Population Connection’s Senior Analyst, Hannah Evans. Hannah traveled with Kamal to several of RUWDUC’s project sites this past November and will be sharing stories, along with photos and videos, from their trip together. Kamal will discuss the scope of RUWDUC’s work in collaboration with Population Connection, especially following our newly expanded partnership in 2023.

Learn more about our partnership with RUWDUC here!

Date: Thursday, February 9th
Time: 11:00am EST/8:00am PST

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Hannah Evans, Senior Analyst at Population Connection

Hannah speaks to college and university classes throughout the year—in 2022, she spoke to nearly 100 classes!—and moderates many of our virtual events. She also cultivates partnerships between Population Connection and international NGOs working on population, health, and environment (PHE) programming. Before joining Population Connection’s staff, Hannah worked as an adjunct professor of Women’s Studies and taught classes on gender, science, and feminist theory. She has non-profit experience working as a program developer for sustainable agriculture and public health programs in Honduras and Panama and has worked as a researcher studying food security issues throughout Southern California. Hannah holds a BA in Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Conservation and Political Science and a Master’s in Political Ecology from San Diego State University, where her research focused on sustainability labeling and ethical consumption between the United States and Nicaragua.

Kamal Rawal, Executive Director at RUWDUC

Mr. Kamal Rawal is youth emerging leader from the remote districts in Nepal. He has been working in the sectors of women empowerment, youth mobilization, child right and protection, access to justice, education, health and governance. Currently, he is engaged in Rural Women’s Development and Unity Centre (RUWDUC) as the Executive Director. Mr. Rawal has been coordinating in raising the issues of remote Far west Province in Nepal. He has been doing advocacy related with women’s economic empowerment, child rights and education, access to justice and services, etc.

Q&A Interviews

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Building a women-led movement for nature: Q&A with Women for Conservation

Through our Global Partners program, Population Connection supports a growing number of grassroots organizations around the world working to increase access to education, public health and family planning services. Their…

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WINGS nurse during a Family Planning jornada (clinic day) in the community of San Lucía Cotzumalguapa. © WINGS

Reaching the unreachable with reproductive healthcare: Q&A with WINGS

Through our Global Partners program, Population Connection supports a growing number of grassroots organizations around the world working to increase access to education, public health and family planning services. Their…

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Over 700 girls, boys, young women and young men attend AEP’s Learning & Leadership Center in Kafue, Zambia coming before and after school for holistic program support

Unlocking the potential of Zambia's youth: Q&A with the African Education Program

Through our Global Partners program, Population Connection supports a growing number of grassroots organizations around the world working to increase access to education, public health and family planning services. Their…

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Women awaiting family planning services.

Enabling choices, changing lives: Q&A with Turimiquire Foundation

Through our Global Partners program, Population Connection supports a growing number of grassroots organizations around the world working to increase access to education, public health and family planning services. Their…

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7 Years

Since 2016, we have served as donors and grant makers to small and mid-sized, highly-effective organizations working on the ground in their local communities to offer programs and services that contribute to stabilizing global population.

19 Partners

Thanks to the generous support of Population Connection members, we’ve expanded our Global Partners Program, sponsoring more organizations working to improve access to reproductive health care, boost girls’ education, protect biodiversity, and preserve wildlife habitats.

9 Countries

Our global partnerships allow us to share organizations’ stories and serve as a platform for their on-the-ground insights into challenges related to population growth where they live.