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  • Visionary Leadership Programme (VLP) Review Meeting in Nigeria

    Kano, Nigeria — Visionary Leadership Programme (VLP) review meeting was held in Kano, Nigeria on 18th May 2006. Mr. Harry Jooseery, Executive Director of PPD, Mr. James Biswas, VLP Project Coordinator and Dr. Aloys IIinigumugabo, Deputy Director of CAFS met Hajiya Mairo Bello, the Executive Director of Adolescent Health and Information Projects (AHIP), an anchor

  • PPD’s 11th Executive Committee Meeting 2006

    Taicang, China — The 11th Executive Committee Meeting of Partners in Population and Development (PPD) was held in Taicang City, Jiangsu Province, China on (11th Meeting) 25th April 2006. The meeting was graciously hosted by the National Population and Family Planning Commission of China (NPFPC) of the Government of the People’s Republic of China. The

  • International Workshop for Senior Officials on South-South Co-Operation in Population and Development

    Taicang, China —    China Training Center (CTC) organized an International Workshop for the Senior Officials on South-South Co-Operation in Population and Development from 23-27th April 2006 in Taicang Century Hotel, Taicang City, China. The workshop was jointly sponsored by Ministry of Commerce and National Population and Family Planning Commission of the Government of the People’s

  • Opening of China Programme office of PPD

    Taicang, China —    With the technical and financial assistance form the Government of the People’s Republic of China, PPD established its China Program Office housed within the premises of the China Training Center (CTC), Taicang City, China. Opening Ceremony of China Programme Office of PPD. From the left Mr. Sultan A. Aziz, Director, Asian and

  • VLP’s 9th Task Force and 11th International Steering Committee Meeting

    Dhaka, Bangladesh — PPD organised the VLP’s 9th Task Force and 11th International Steering Committee Meeting in Dhaka between 29-31 March 2006. It was attended by participants from CAFS, ICOMP and two of the International Steering Committee members. Participants of the Meeting The meeting discussed the overview of the project inputs including planned, realized and

  • Population Time Bomb Threatens Economy of Uganda

    Kampala, Uganda — UGANDA’s current population growth rate is worrying, the Population Secretariat has said. The secretariat has warned that the population explosion rate, which is over 3 percent, is inversely proportional to the rate at which the economy is growing. “We would like to note with concern that the current rate at which Uganda’s

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