Population Trends and Demography

Seeing the Big Picture on Urbanization

The United Nations Population Division recently updated one of their signature products: the World Urbanization Prospects. By 2050, the world’s urban population is projected to grow by 2.5 billion people, with almost 90 percent of that growth expected to be … Continue Reading

International Policies, U.S. Foreign Assistance

It’s Complicated Anti-LGBT Laws Leave No Easy Answers

Recently at PAI, we were presented with the opportunity to partner with a local African civil society organization (CSO) to advance women’s access to reproductive and maternal health. Usually when we get a proposal like this, our questions are pretty … Continue Reading

Financing and Aid Effectiveness

What We’re Reading: Budget Advocacy Can Help Break the Cycle of Corruption

Corruption is a hot topic. Budget advocacy?  Sadly, not as much. But a recent interview in prominent Nigerian newspaper This Day suggests that budget advocates could be the missing link to keeping corruption in check. The interview Mr. Ugo Jim-Nwoko, … Continue Reading

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Giving Thanks and Giving Back

Happy Thanksgiving! We’re all aware today is a day for giving thanks, and tomorrow and Monday are days for getting deals. But did you know that Tuesday is a day for giving back? Well, you do now. Next Tuesday, Dec. … Continue Reading