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30th Anniversary of the First World Population Day

The world marked the 30th anniversary of the world population day this week.  At RCMRD, we joined the rest of the universe by enumerating how the Centre is supporting member States in matters population. This year’s theme ‘“Family Planning: Empowering People, Developing Nations’ looked at people in general. This is just what RCMRD member States need.

In fact, Prof. Dr.-Ing. John Bosco Kyalo Kiema the Director, Technical Services at the RCMRD adopted the theme to highlight the challenges that populations in the Eastern and Southern African countries face. He also discussed the services that the RCMRD staff were rendering to improve or mitigate against the challenges therein.

He talked about the role of RCMRD in providing services to member States such as the ongoing work in Malawi. This, he said, is a project that involves the production of Enumeration Area Maps and provision of very high resolution satellite images covering the whole of Malawi. It also involves capacity building for the Malawi National Statistics Office (NSO) staff.

He also talked about the importance of putting people at the center. “We need to contextualize everything that we do so that at the end of the day, it not just about the tools and products that we are developing but how they will address the problems bedeviling our people.”

“By looking at empowerment and development together, we are focusing welcome attention on issues that matter most in the lives of families and their communities — opportunities for decent work, the chance to enjoy basic services and participate fully in the governance of their countries,” he added.

“Our long-standing efforts to obtain improved access to water, sanitation, energy, education and health care all have people at their core — the goal of ensuring that people have the opportunities they need to live better lives in dignity and security,” Prof. Kiema observed.

Prof. Kiema advised that people’s empowerment remains the key means to achieving sustainable development. He urged RCMRD staff to integrate Earth observations and geospatial information in their work to provide solutions to the challenges that populations in the region face.

The Technical Services Director added that a primary objective is to integrate Earth observations and geospatial information into national development and monitoring frameworks for the SDGs. We are determined to mobilize the means required to implement this Agenda through a revitalized Global Partnership for Sustainable Development, based on a spirit of strengthened global solidarity, focused in particular on the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable and with the participation of all member States, all stakeholders and all people.