Click here if you forgot your password.
Global projects of the RFPD
Become a Member
Donate to RFPD
India: Why population matters?
Numerous studies have demonstrated that women with higher literacy and wealth levels have better reproductive health outcomes including greater demand for family planning. However, a recent paper titled India: Why Population Matters by Dr. Devendra Kothari from the Forum for Population Action, suggests a larger dynamic in India. While contraceptive use increases from the lowest quartile to the highest one, from 35 per...
German Minister commends RFPD Project in Nigeria
German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Gerd Müller commended the work of the Rotarian Action Group for Population and Development (RFPD) in promoting safe maternal and child health and ensuring women have access to professional family planning services. He also pledged continued support of the German government to RFPD projects in Nigeria. During his recent trip to Nigeria, Minister Müller...
Nigeria’s Maternity Wards Go Digital To Audit Births
igeria’s largest online health news publication Nigeria Health Watch profiled RFPD’s Nationwide Family Planning Campaign in their January 7, 2020 issue. The news agency reports that building on the success of its pilot project and the lessons learned from 20 project hospitals in Kano and Kaduna States, the Rotarian Action Group for Population and Development initiated the systematic integration of “Obstetric Quality...
World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency
A global group of some 11,000 scientists have endorsed research that says the world is facing a climate emergency. The study, based on 40 years of data on a range of measures, concludes that governments are failing to address the crisis. “We declare, with more than 11,000 scientist signatories from around the world, clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency,” reads the research published...
Child & Maternal Mortality
COPYRIGHT © Rotarian Action Group for Population & development |
Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development — 344 West Pike Street, Lawrenceville, Georgia, 30046
Phone: 770-367-7655, E-mail: Mwillis@rifpd.org |