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You know about the realities of women and girls around the world, but do your friends and family? Population Media Center wants everyone to know.
"Mom is as important as dad." Population Media Center agrees and a recent meeting left us thinking about how to get mom to vote.
A new book of solutions to reverse global warming says family planning and girls’ education are among the most powerful. Population Media Center agrees.
Meet Dede Keita. Dede is one of more than 30 Population Media Center trainers around the world preparing successful in-country teams for PMC.
What's better than dancing while learning? Population Media Center knows that it takes all kinds of activities to end cycles of violence and keep these smiles going.
Population Media Center is a proud participant in International Women's Day - a joyous opportunity for people around the world to appreciate, respect, and enjoy the contributions of women and girls.
At Population Media Center, our work focuses on stopping child marriage, but we also know many women and young girls need these stories to heal.
Inspiration comes in many forms, but at Population Media Center, we're constantly reminded that children often help us see clearly.
This September, Population Media Center joined thousands of people at the world's largest conservation event.
At Population Media Center, we celebrated World Contraception Day last week. For us, it's a celebration of contraception as a basic human right.
At Population Media Center, we research what needs to change, but we also find there's much to celebrate.
Population Media Center's drama gave this four-year-old boy a way to label, and change, his dad's behavior.
What draws a crowd? Population Media Center knows that if it's not entertaining, you won't create significant social change.
Empowering women and girls benefits everyone. Population Media Center and the rest of the organizations gathered in Copenhagen for the Women Deliver conference couldn't agree more.
Omi Thapa didn't expect his four-year-old daughter and Nepal's former president to sign the same New Year's resolution. But he did expect to help end child marriage.
Excited and curious reporters in the Democratic Republic of the Congo had a lot of questions for Mathy Babaka Vangu. Mathy answered every question.
Last month, PMC visited Awra Amba. In this Ethiopian village, there is gender equality, every child goes to school, and their neighbors are no longer trying to kill them.
Little girls around the world should be playing and learning. Population Media Center's new drama in Nepal will help expand this reality and fight child marriage.
Talks about climate change should, from the very start, include population. Population Media Center was in Paris last month highlighting how human rights help build long-term sustainability.
This #GivingTuesday, Population Media Center wants you to join us.
At Population Media Center, we know kids learn from their parents. When a mother understands her body, her daughters will too.
500 million people live healthier lives because of Population Media Center's entertainment-education programming. When you have an approach creating positive social change on that scale, you can't keep it to yourself. You have to share it.
Culture is a tricky word that can apply to vast groups of people or be specific to communities within a larger culture. Population Media Center knows that if you're going to be heard, you have to speak the language.
When women become income earners, communities become safer, healthier, and happier. That's why Population Media Center works to empower women socially and economically.
When there are countless valuable causes to support, why choose population? Population Media Center believes in creating the greatest possible positive change.
HIV/AIDS is one of the leading killers in the world - and it's preventable. Population Media Center works to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and improve the lives of those infected.
Mothers around the world are caring for their children. Population Media Center realizes we must protect, appreciate, and care for mothers.
Real social change happens in personal conversations. Inspiring people to talk is one of Population Media Center's biggest goals.
It takes many people's voices to create change. Population Media Center advocates on issues to raise awareness and incite action.
The truth is powerful. Population Media Center's fictional storylines and characters are created from what's real.
Kids around the world are learning, laughing, and dreaming. Population Media Center wants this to be the reality for more children.
Population Media Center could not do this work without the help and support of many, many people. It's people like you who change the lives of these little girls.
Population Media Center serial dramas change lives by resonating with the audience, but they also change the lives of the in-country PMC staff.
To empathize, you must love (and hate). Population Media Center dramas build emotional bonds with the audience.
Empowering women also helps protect rivers and streams. Population Media Center works to protect the environment.
How do you reach everyone? Population Media Center brings messages to communities in many ways.
Every hour three more species become extinct. Population Media Center works to save habitats and save species.
A story is only powerful if it's heard. Population Media Center produces programs for the most powerful medium.
Population Media Center knows that every child deserves an education, including girls.
Drama comes in all shapes and sizes. At Population Media Center, we also create dramas for TV.
Women's empowerment benefits everyone. At Population Media Center, we work to promote gender equity.
Good ideas stem from passion. At Population Media Center, we know that local inspiration creates a meaningful program.
In order to communicate, you must listen. At Population Media Center, we find ourselves listening all the time.