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International Data Base Update
What is Implementation Science?
World Population Data
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Issue: #490

August 28, 2017  

The Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma, a program of the Community Service Council, provides access to data generated from the U.S. Census Bureau. 

2017 International Data Base Update
The U.S. Census Bureau's International Data Base update provides revisions for 16 countries and areas. Revised estimates and projections are available for American Samoa, Angola, Botswana, Burma, Guam, Iran, Jordan, Liberia, Mali, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Rwanda, Tunisia, United States, U.S. Virgin Islands and Zimbabwe.

The International Data Base is a series of estimates and projections that provide a consistent set of demographic indicators, including population size and growth (by sex and single year of age up to 100 and over) and components of change (mortality, fertility and net migration) for more than 200 countries and areas.

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What is Implementation Science?

Programs and practices to improve child outcomes often start small, with an idea, some general data, a theory of change and a plan. But what are the conditions - the people, the policies, the resources - that really determine whether the program will succeed or fail? 

Implementation science strives to understand the critical factors and conditions that ensure effective practices are successfully carried out and sustained in typical service settings, whether that practice is just being developed or has already built substantial evidence. It's a field that recognizes that real life often doesn't line up with the parameters of a controlled evaluation - and that leadership qualities and transitions, communication and community dynamics can play a significant yet underappreciated role.

World Population Data: FOCUS ON YOUTH
Every year, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) provides the latest demographic data for the world, global regions, and more than 200 countries and territories. This year the PRB focuses on the state of the world's youth-the 16 percent of the global population between 15 and 24 years old. Explore data and graphical features that illustrate the extent to which youth are poised to become productive adults.

Until Next Week,

Melanie Poulter
Census Information Center

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