Engaging Côte d’Ivoire state and non-state actors on PED integration for sustainable development

The BUILD project undertook a mission to Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire to meet key state and non-state actors and gather relevant insights to inform scheduled project activities in the country and the larger Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) region.
June 15, 2022/by Elizabeth Tully
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World Environment 2022

On this day, we must reinforce the message that governments, international organizations, and non‐governmental organizations should increase their efforts to enhance greater recognition of the interconnectedness of population, environment and development issues.
June 15, 2022/by Elizabeth Tully
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The Inequities of Climate Change

As climate change continues to threaten the livelihoods and wellbeing of communities and ecosystems across the globe, development actors have enhanced and renewed their commitments to addressing climate change through risk mitigation, adaptation, and conservation efforts.
June 13, 2022/by Elizabeth Tully
Credit: © WWF-Malaysia/ Robecca Jumin

PRACTITIONERS WEIGH IN ON THE IMPACT OF PHE NETWORKS

In March 2021, Knowledge SUCCESS and Blue Ventures, a marine conservation organization, collaborated on the second in a series of community-driven dialogues on People-Planet Connection focused on PHE networks.
May 25, 2022/by Elizabeth Tully
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People-Planet Connection Provides More Ways to Share and Learn

On Earth Day 2021, Knowledge SUCCESS launched People-Planet Connection, an online platform focused on population, health, environment, and development (PHE/PED) approaches. Reflecting on the growth of this platform at the one-year mark, the platform now offers additional ways to share and exchange information.
April 22, 2022/by Elizabeth Tully

Gender, Climate Change, and Solution-Driven Dialogue

In September 2021, Knowledge SUCCESS and the Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health (PACE) Project launched the first in a series of community-driven dialogues on the People-Planet Connection Discourse platform exploring the links between population, health, and the environment.
January 12, 2022/by Elizabeth Tully
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Advice on Creating a Network of PHE Partners

We spoke to Madagascar PHE Network Coordinator Nantenaina Tahiry Andriamalala about how early population, health, and environment (PHE) successes have led to a rich network of organizations working to address health and conservation needs in tandem.
October 21, 2021/by Molly Grodin
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Introducing People-Planet Connection

We are pleased to announce the launch of People-Planet Connection—a new learning and collaborative space co-created by and for global development professionals at the intersections between human population, health, and the environment (PHE).
October 7, 2021/by Elizabeth Tully
People collect data in a mangrove forest. Image credit: PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc.

Population, Health, and Environment in the Philippines: A Rich History

A new publication highlights insights and themes from two decades of Population, Health, and Environment programming in the Philippines, sharing lessons for others involved in multisectoral approaches.
October 7, 2021/by Sarah V. Harlan
Project staff and participants plant mangrove seedlings. Image credit: PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc.

Twin-Bakhaw: Connecting SRH to a Community’s Ecosystem — Part 2

The Twin-Bakhaw project advocates for gender equity via sexual and reproductive health services among indigenous populations. This is part 2 of 2.
October 6, 2021/by Grace Gayoso-Pasion
Project staff and participants plant mangrove seedlings. Image credit: PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc.

Twin-Bakhaw: Connecting SRH to a Community’s Ecosystem — Part 1

The Twin-Bakhaw project advocates for gender equity via sexual and reproductive health services among indigenous populations. This is part 1 of 2.
October 6, 2021/by Grace Gayoso-Pasion

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