Day of 6 Billion


H O M E


THE ISSUES

» The Facts
» October 12
The Day of 6 Billion
» The Myth of Shrinking Population
» Three Faces of Reality
» Population & the Environment
» Poverty, Population &- Development
» Equality & Equity
Empowerment of Women
» Youth & Population
» Consumption & Resources
» Family Planning & Reproductive Health
» Urbanization & Migration
» AIDS/HIV:
The New Trends
» Money Matters:
Financial Commitments

RESOURCES

» Contacts:
U.S. NGOs
» Contacts:
United Nations
U.S.
International
» U.S. Scorecard
» Journalist's Notebook

 
 
Contacts:
United Nations,
U.S. Government and International

United Nations

United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Stirling Scruggs, Director of Information and External Relations, Contact: Corrie Shanahan, Senior Information Officer, shanahan@unfpa.org, (212) 297-5023, www.unfpa.org.

United Nations Population Division. Contact: Joseph Chamie, Director, (212) 963-3179.

U.S. Government

U.S. Agency for International Development, Center for Population, Health & Nutrition, Margaret Neuse, Director, Office of Population. Contact: Dianne Sherman, Director of Communication & Outreach, dsherman@usaid.gov, (202) 712-4817, www.info.usaid.gov/pop_health.

U.S. Census Bureau. Contact: David Hoffman, Office of Public Information, david.j.hoffman@ccmail.census.gov , (301) 457-8242, www.census.gov.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Contact: Sarah Kovner, Special Assistant to the Secretary, (202) 690-6347, www.os.dhhs.gov.

U.S. State Department, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration, Margaret Pollack, Director, Office of Population. Contact: Suzanne Petroni, Program Officer, s.petroni@state.gov, (202) 663-3029, www.state.gov/www/global/prm; U.S. Information Agency Electronic Journal, "Population at the New Millennium: the U.S. Perspective," www.usia.gov/journals/journals.htm.

September 1999