This Q&A article is with People-Planet Connection Champion, Edith Ngunjiri, technical advisor for Health and Environment Partnerships at Blue Ventures.
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Governments and communities can best adapt to climate change’s impacts with approaches that utilize population data in planning, reinforce agency for women and youth, and draw on local knowledge for contextual solutions.
On May 25, Knowledge SUCCESS hosted a webinar highlighting unique experiences implementing cross-sectoral integrated Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) activities in Kenya and Uganda.
CHASE Africa is a UK-based non-governmental organization that empowers rural communities in Kenya and Uganda through mobile health and family planning outreach clinics, alongside sexual and reproductive health and rights education, and support with natural resource management.
While the world’s wealthiest economies have largely driven greenhouse gas emissions through overconsumption, the effects of climate change are disproportionately felt by low- and middle-income countries, which bear the brunt of rising seas, extreme weather, drought, and desertification.
When I started the Master of Public Health program at Johns Hopkins University, I thought I knew the ins and outs of my specialty. However, for my practical experience, I wanted to steer myself away from the ideologies I had already studied and follow a different path in order to build my competency across the dynamic field that is public health.
Wii Tuke Gender Initiative is a women- and youth-led organization in Northern Uganda’s Lira District (in the Lango sub-region) that uses technology and culture to empower women and girls from structurally silenced communities.
A new Knowledge SUCCESS learning brief documents the sustained impact of activities started under the Health of People and Environment–Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE-LVB) project.
The African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) will be participating at the 6th International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP 2022), taking place in Pattaya City, Thailand from 14 to 17 November 2022.
Knowledge-sharing among individuals and groups is essential for elevating programmatic learnings. The People-Planet Connection Discourse was developed for just this purpose. Read about the virtual dialogues that PED/PHE partners have facilitated on a variety of topics.