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 Rees serves as a technical expert for the [[Population Council]].((//Professor Helen Rees.// (2016, May 25). Murray Edwards College - University of Cambridge. https://archive.ph/1hjWJ)) Rees serves as a technical expert for the [[Population Council]].((//Professor Helen Rees.// (2016, May 25). Murray Edwards College - University of Cambridge. https://archive.ph/1hjWJ))
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-The Population Council was founded by the [[Rockefeller]] family and is rooted in [[eugenics]]. Its first president, [[Frederick Osborn]], was a former head of the [[American Eugenics Society]].((Horvath, A. (2015, January 20). //Frederick Osborn: “birth control and abortion are turning out to be great eugenic advances.”// Eugenics and Other Evils. https://archive.ph/09Uwu)) In its 1957 Annual Report, the council explains that “the Council is increasingly in a position to contribute to the understanding and so, perhaps, to the solution of problems of world population growth and change.”((Osborn, F. (1957). //Annual Report 1957.// The Population Council. https://web.archive.org/web/20220501133413/http://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb5974338p/_1.pdf )) The council runs its [[Center for Biomedical Research]] (CBR) out of [[Rockefeller University]] in [[united_states_of_america:New York]].((//The Center for Biomedical Research.// (2022). Population Council. https://www.popcouncil.org/cbr)) 
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-The Population Council has a history of funding from [[pharmaceutical_companies:Bayer]], the [[Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]], the [[Ford Foundation]], [[KPMG]], the [[Markle Foundation]], and the [[National Institutes of Health]] (NIH).((//Population Council Hosts Second Annual Ideas with Impact Awards.// (2015, October 13). Population Council. https://archive.ph/9FNqC)) ((//Population Council, Inc.// (2020, February). Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. https://archive.ph/byLak)) 
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-Its Board of Trustees has included representatives from [[AT&T]], the [[Atomic Energy Commission]], [[Brown University]], the [[Carnegie Institution of Washington]], [[Chase Manhattan Bank]], [[Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center]], [[General Electric Company]], [[Harvard University]], the [[Milbank Memorial Fund]], [[Mt. Sinai Hospital]], the [[Rockefeller Institute]], and [[Scripps Foundation for Research in Population Problems]]. 
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-In 2015, the council convened a meeting on quality of care sponsored by the [[Packard Foundation]], and attended by representatives from [[Abt Associates]], [[Family Planning 2020]], [[Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health]], [[Ibis Reproductive Health]], [[ICF International]], [[Jhpiego]], [[Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health]], [[MSI Reproductive Choices]], [[O’Hanlon Health Consulting]], [[Population Action International]], [[PSI]], [[United Nations Population Fund]] (UNFPA), [[University of North Carolina]], and the [[World Health Organization]].((//Summary report of the measuring and monitoring quality of care meeting.// (2015). The Population Council. https://web.archive.org/web/20200803175946/https://www.popcouncil.org/uploads/pdfs/2015RH_MeasuringMonitoringQOC.pdf)) 
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