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Demographic Dividend or Disaster? Population, Food Security and Stability in the Sahel

Panel Discussion | November 7 | 12-1:30 p.m. | 5101 Berkeley Way West


Prof. Malcolm Potts, The OASIS Initiative; Bob Walker, Population Institute; Alisha Graves, The OASIS Initiative

Public Health, School of


The Sahel region of Africa is home to the fastest growing population in all of human history. Join Professor Malcolm Potts and Alisha Graves of UC Berkeley, along with special guest, Bob Walker, President of the Population Institute, for a presentation and discussion on the demographic implications for food security, stability in the region and unprecedented levels of migration. Learn how evidence-based family planning and girls education policies and programs can help shape the future of the Sahel.

The OASIS Initiative is a special project of the Bixby Center for Population, Health & Sustainability at the School of Public Health. The Bixby Center is co-hosting this event with the Goldman School for Public Policy and the Population Institute.

Light snacks and drinks


oasis@berkeley.edu, 925-212-2716