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  • Title: UAPS/UEPA
    Descriptive info: .. Français (Fr).. English (UK).. Home.. About UAPS.. Overview.. Constitution.. Council.. Funding.. Editorial Board.. Headquarters.. Publications.. African Population Studies (APS) Journal.. UAPS Newsletter.. Annual Reports.. African Population Conference (APC) Report.. Activities.. Conferences.. Scientific Workshops and Meetings.. Thematic Scientific Panels (TSPs).. Other Activities.. Awards & Grants.. UAPS Laureate Award.. Grants.. Announcements.. UAPS Calls for Papers.. Other Calls for Papers & Meetings.. Job Announcements.. Other Announcements.. Obituaries.. 6th APC.. Conference Registration.. UAPS Fund.. Fund Purpose.. Fund Donors.. Contact Us.. Conference Announcements.. Sixth African Population Conference.. Conference Website.. Summary Report.. Evaluation Report.. The Latest Edition of UAPS Newsletter.. 11 June 2012, 16.. 09.. 2067.. The Newsletter is BACK.. 08 August 2011, 12.. 58.. 2642.. Monitor Updates.. Feed Entries.. Welcome to the UAPS Website … the  ...   membership of more than 1,500 professionals, UAPS is the only population-focused organization that represents all regions of Africa, bridging linguistic and geographical barriers to foster networking and knowledge sharing, and learning across the continent.. UAPS encourages collaboration among researchers from multiple disciplines, and facilitates dialogue between researchers and policy makers and programme implementers who need reliable evidence to underpin their work.. Latest Announcements & Publications.. Job Vacancy - The Post of Director-General.. 28.. 08.. 13.. Announcements >> Job Announcements.. African Population Studies Journal Online.. 01.. Publications >> African Population Studies (APS) Journal.. Membership Details.. Membership.. Membership Dues.. Member login.. Become a member.. Membership statistics.. Target - $500,000.. Amount Donated – $3,380.. Fund Donation / Pledge Form.. ©2011-2012 Copyright UAPS-UEPA.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: Welcome to the UAPS-UEPA website!
    Descriptive info: Page d'accueil.. Tout sur l'UEPA.. Résumé.. Le Conseil.. Financement.. Equipe de Rédaction.. Siége.. Le Journal de l'Etude de la Population Africaine (EPA).. Bulletin d'Information de l'UEPA.. Rapports Annuels.. Rapport de la Conférence Africaine sur la Population.. Activités.. Ateliers et Réunions Scientifiques.. Panels Scientifiques Thématiques (PST).. Autres Activités.. Prix et Subventions.. Prix du lauréat de l’UEPA.. Subventions.. Annonces.. Appel à Communications.. D'autres appels à communication et réunions.. Offre d'emploi.. Autres annonces.. Nécrologie.. 6ème CAP.. Inscription pour la Conférence.. Fond UAPS.. Les bailleurs de fonds du fonds.. Contact.. Annonces de conférence.. Sixième Conférence Africaine sur la Population.. Site Web de la Conférence.. Résumé du Rapport.. Rapport de l'Evaluation.. Bulletin de l'UEPA.. Le Tout Dernier Numéro du Bulletin de l’UEPA.. 11 Juin 2012, 16.. Le Bulletin d'Information est de RETOUR.. 08 Août 2011, 12.. 2643.. Surveiller les mises  ...   l’utilisation des résultats de recherches dans la planification du développement en Afrique.. L’UEPA regroupe plus de 1 500 professionnels.. C’est la seule organisation de population qui franchit les barrières linguistiques et géographiques pour promouvoir le réseautage et le partage d’information ainsi que la formation dans le continent.. L’UEPA encourage la collaboration entre chercheurs de multiples disciplines et facilite le dialogue entre chercheurs, décideurs et gestionnaires de programmes qui ont besoin de résultats pour mettre leur travail en exergue.. Dernières annonces et publications.. La revue Etude de la Population Africain en ligne.. Publications >> Le Journal de l'Etude de la Population Africaine (EPA).. Détails sur l’Adhésion.. Adhésion.. Cotisation.. Enregistrer vos Informations.. Formulaire d'Adhésion.. Statistiques d’Adhésion.. Fond UEPA.. Montant Ciblé - $500,000.. Montant Reçu - $3,380.. But du Fond.. Donateurs du Fond.. Formulaire de Contribution / d'Engagement..

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  • Title: About UAPS
    Descriptive info: About UAPS.. The Union for African Population Studies (UAPS) is a pan-African non profit scientific organization.. Established through the initiative of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) by the Third General Conference of African Demographers, Statisticians and Planners held in Addis Ababa in March 1984, in order to promote the scientific study of population in Africa.. UAPS’ Headquarters (Secretariat) is located in Accra, Ghana.. Vision:.. To become the leader in making population discourse a central issue in human capital development in Africa.. Mission:.. To foster the networking of scientists, policy makers and other stakeholders in population and development in order to improve research capacity and promote evidence based population policies and programs in Africa.. Objectives:.. The main objective of UAPS is to promote research and the utilization of findings to improve policies and programs on population and development in Africa.. The specific objectives of the Union are to:.. Support the training of the next generation of researchers;.. Link scholars for knowledge sharing through various forms of networking;.. Promote evidence based policies and programs;.. Promote dialogue between population and development experts and policy makers; and.. Foster the visibility of scientific research on African population.. Core  ...   years by UAPS to provide a platform for knowledge sharing on key population, health and development issues facing the African continent.. The Fifth African Population Conference’s (5APC) theme was Emerging issues in Population and development in Africa, which was timely, given that the African continent continues to exhibit the highest population growth rates, disease burden and levels of poverty among all major regions of the world.. The conference attracted participants from diverse backgrounds and field of expertise including: multi-disciplinary scholars, government officials, parliamentarians, service providers, multilateral and bilateral donors, the media and civil society.. The Conference thus played a key role in forging networking among these groups; enhancing the visibility of African population, health and development issues in the global development discourse; and promoting an integrated approach to the study and application of knowledge on population dynamics in economic and social development planning in Africa.. Apart from the formal sessions, there were a series of training sessions and round table discussions on topical issues such as research ethics; debate on the future of population growth in Africa; communication of research evidence to non-scientific audiences; role of policy makers in determining research agendas in Africa; and scientific writing..

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  • Title: Overview
    Descriptive info: Overview.. The Union for African Population Studies (UAPS) is a pan-African not-for-profit organization.. It was established established through the initiative of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) by the Third General Conference of African Demographers, Statisticians and Planners held in Addis Ababa in March 1984, in order to promote the scientific study of population and application of research evidence in development planning in Africa.. (Secretariat) is located in Accra, Ghana.. Vision:.. To be the pre-eminent resource in population research for scholars and policy makers in Africa.. To contribute to the development of Africa by enhancing networking and capacities of professionals to generate, communicate and use evidence-based information  ...   on the African population.. The aim of these conferences is to share and disseminate research evidence on population, health and development issues in Africa.. The conference provide an opportunity for networking and knowledge sharing between researchers, policy makers, programme managers, international development partners, and other key stakeholders in the population field.. The first African Population Conference was held in 1988 in Senegal and the second was divided into four sub-conferences held in Kenya (1990), Burkina Faso (1991), Botswana (1992) and Côte d’Ivoire (1993).. The third conference took place in South Africa (1999); the fourth was in Tunisia (2003); the fifth in Tanzania (2007) and the sixth in Burkina Faso (2011)..

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  • Title: Constitution
    Descriptive info: Constitution.. Information coming soon..

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  • Title: Council
    Descriptive info: Council.. Dr.. Jean-François Kobiané.. Read More.. Prof.. Samuel Nii Ardey Codjoe.. Tolulope Monisola OLA.. Henry Doctor.. Ms Thandie Hlabana.. Clifford Odimegwu.. Gervais Beninguissé.. Esther W.. Dungumaro.. Mohammed Bedrouni.. Yvonne BOSSO..

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  • Title: Council
    Descriptive info: , the President of UAPS, is the Deputy Director of ISSP and Head of the Research Unit on "Population Education" at the Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP), University of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso).. He received his Ph.. D.. in Demography from the Institute of Demography at the Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium) in 2002, his Master degree in Demography from the Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD) in Yaoundé (Cameroon) in 1993, and has been an Andrew W.. Mellon Foundation postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Demography at the Université de Montréal (2003- 2005).. He has worked at the National Statistical Office of Burkina Faso from 1993 to 1996, and joined ISSP in 2002.. His research interests include the analysis of the links between family structure, poverty, child labour, schooling, orphans’ wellbeing, and the transition to adulthood in West Africa.. He has published more than 20 articles and chapters of book on these topics.. His current main research projects include “Consequences of Family-building Strategies and Household Composition on Schooling and Child Labour in Urban Burkina Faso” (AIRD/AFD/Hewlett Foundation), “Out Of School Children (OOSC) in DRC” (DFID/UNICEF), “Community Monitoring for Better Health and Education Service Delivery in Burkina Faso” (JSDF/World Bank).. Dr Kobiané teaches courses in demographic analysis, on Education and Health linkages, and in multivariate analysis in the Population Health Master Degree Program, and the Social Statistics Bachelor Degree Program at ISSP.. , the Vice-President of UAPS, holds a PhD degree in Geography and Soil Science (Minor) from the University of Bonn, Germany.. He is a Professor and the Director at the Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS), University of Ghana.. He also teaches at the Centre for Migration Studies, Centre for Social Policy Studies and the Institute for Statistical Social and Economic Research all of the University of Ghana.. He is currently the Project Leader of the African Adaptation Research Centre of Excellence being sponsored by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.. His research interests are population-environment nexus, migration, fertility, and climate change/variability and its impact on urban and rural livelihoods.. , the Treasurer of UAPS, has a BSc in Demography and Social Statistics, an MSc in Medical Sociology and a PhD in Population Studies.. She co-founded the Sound Health Development Initiative, which is an NGO with a focus on gender issues in Ekiti State, Nigeria.. She also lectures at the Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria.. Her research interests include adolescent sexuality, fertility, reproductive and sexual health/rights, Women and Child trafficking, Child abuse and gender, and she conducts research and undertakes advocacy and intervention work on issues related to sexuality and sexual rights.. She has acquired an understanding of complex sexualities, as well as of the constrained contexts in which many women and men exercise their sexual rights through her research, which enables her intervention programs to meet their goals.. She has participated in sexuality trainings, conferences, summer institutes and internships at the national, regional and international levels.. She is a member of so many Professional Associations.. She is the Financial Secretary of Population Association of Nigeria.. , who is the Secretary General of UAPS is an Associate Research Scientist at Columbia University based in Nigeria.. He holds a doctoral degree  ...   Research in Population Studies, which serves 25 African Francophone countries.. He holds a Ph.. in Demography of the Institute of Demography of the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) obtained in 2001; a Master in Demography of IFORD (Yaounde, Cameroon) obtained in 1993; a BA in Economics from the University of Yaounde received in 1991.. It was also post-doctoral researcher in Public Health at the Department of Demography and the Health International Unit of the University of Montreal (2002 - 2004).. He teaches courses on of analysis of mortality, Socio-demographic Surveillance Systems and the inter-relationships between Population and Development of the Master Program in Demography of IFORD.. He also teaches methods of Health Systems Analysis under the Master Program in Population and Health of ISSP (Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso).. His research interests include access to reproductive health care, links between Age Structural Transitions and Development.. He is the author of two books and numerous articles and book chapters while providing technical support in socio-demographic data collection and analysis for various development partners (UNFPA, UNICEF, UNHCR, AFD, UNESCO, etc).. Gervais Beninguissé is a member of several research networks such as the Experts Group on Age-Structural Transition, the International Francophone Network for the Promotion of Health and the International Working Group on Obstetric Fistula.. Dungumaro,.. the UAPS East Africa Regional Representative.. is a demographer by training and holds a PhD from Tokyo, Japan.. She is currently working as a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Development Studies and Demographic Training Unit, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.. She also serves as the coordinator, research and publications at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Dar es Salaam.. She has been teaching and researching in areas related to population and development throughout her career.. Among her important areas of teaching and research include demographic methods; family and households; population and development; and population and environment.. Dr Mohammed Bedrouni.. , the UAPS North Africa Representative, is a Lecturer and Researcher at Saad Dahleb University of Blida (Algeria).. He received his PhD degree in Demography from the Department of Sociology and Demography at the Université Saad Dahleb de Blida (Algeria) in 2007.. He obtained a Master degree in Demography from the Institute for Demographic Training and Research (IFORD) in Yaoundé (Cameroon) in 1993 and a graduate diploma as engineer in geography (urban and regional development option) from the Université des Sciences et Technologies Houari Boumedienne in Algiers (Algeria) in 1990.. He teaches courses in demographic projections, demographic theories and doctrines, the inter-relationships between Population and Development of the Master Program in Demography of the Université Saad Dahleb de Blida.. His research interests include the spatio-temporal variability of the demographic phenomena, demography of North Africa.. He is consulting expert with the Economic and Social Council of Algeria.. , the UAPS West Africa Regional Representative, holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Sociology (Cocody University, Abidjan) and a “Doctorat de Troisième Cycle” in Population and Development (Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium).. She is Director General for Capacity Development in the Ministry of State in charge of Planning and Development in Côte d’Ivoire.. Her areas of interest include studies and research in population and development, training, programme and project management, monitoring and evaluation of programmes and projects..

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  • Title: Funding
    Descriptive info: Funding.. Financial support for the activities of UAPS is currently being provided by:.. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.. African Development Bank.. National Population Council of Ghana.. United Nations Population Fund.. New Venture Fund.. Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques.. The David and Lucile Packard Foundation.. Venture Strategies for Health and Development.. The Health Policy Project.. Demographic and Health Survey.. Centre Population et Développement.. African Institute for Development Policy.. Africa Population and Health Research Centre..

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  • Title: Editorial Board
    Descriptive info: Editorial Board.. Editorial Office.. : Wits University, South Africa.. Editorial Committee and Editorial Advisory Board Members.. EDITORIAL COMMITTEE.. Name.. Position.. Coordinate.. Clifford O Odimegwu.. Editor-in-Chief.. Wits University, South Africa.. Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue.. Deputy Editor-in-Chief.. Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.. Associate Editors.. Onipede Wusu.. Member.. Lagos State University, Nigeria.. Carlos Arnaldo.. Universidade Eduardo Mondlande, Mozambique.. Bassiahi A.. Soura.. ISSP, Burkina Faso.. Martin Palamuleni.. North West University, South Africa.. Blessing U.. Mberu.. APHRC, Kenya.. EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD.. Amos Channon.. Southampton University, UK.. Chima  ...   Babatunde A.. Ahonsi.. Population Council, Nigeria.. Winfred Avongo.. Illinois State University, USA.. Columbia University, USA.. Ivy Kodzi.. Ohio State University, USA.. Donatien Beguy.. David Shapiro.. Penn State University, USA.. Latifat Ibisomi.. Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa.. Daniel Rakgoasi.. University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana.. Lawrence Kamari.. PSRI, Nairobi, Kenya.. Jacques Emina.. Independent Consultant.. Sangeetha Madhavan.. University of Maryland, USA.. Johannes John-Langba.. University of Cape Town, South Africa.. Jill Williams.. University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.. Bruno Masquelier.. INED, Paris, France..

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