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History of Population, Health, and Environment Approaches in the Philippines
This booklet summarizes the journey of Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) in the Philippines. Synthesizing decades of leadership and learnings from PHE programs led by local and regional experts, it […]
Resource Management and Fertility in Mexico’s Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve: Campos, Cash, and Contraception in the Lobster Fishing Village of Punta Allen
This case study examines the link between marine resource management and the contraceptive use among married couples in the lobster-fishing village of Punta Allen, located in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Population, Health and Environment Situational Analysis in the Saandani National Park Area, Tanzania
This study provides a snapshot of the population, health, and environment situation and practices in the villages surrounding the Saadani National Park (SANAPA) and demonstrates the utility of a transdisciplinary systems perspective to evaluate population–health–environment linkages (PHE).
Population and Environment
This review elucidates the complexities and contextual specificities of population environment relationships in a number of domains.
Integrated Management of Coastal Resources and Human Health Yields Added Value: A Comparative Study in Palawan (Philippines)
This peer-reviewed journal article on the value added of PHE approaches describes a quasi-experimental design used by the IPOPCORM project in the Philippines to test the hypothesis that there will be a significant improvement in both coastal resource management (CRM) and human reproductive health (RH) outcomes by delivering these services in an integrated manner as opposed to delivering either in isolation.
Bringing IPOPCORM to Scale in Coastal Philippines
In this case study, PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc.’s, Integrated Population and Coastal Resource Management Project (IPOPCORM) reports on accomplishments with scale-up in two regions in in the coastal Philippines and how it was achieved.
Baseline Survey (2011) for Population, Health and Environment Scale-up Project in the Philippines
This document summarizes the results of a baseline survey sponsored by the US Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded “Building Actors and Leaders for Advancing Community Excellence in Development” (BALANCED) Project and conducted in 40 randomly-selected villages in Bohol and the Verde Island Passage in central Philippines in 2011.
Analyzing Changes in Population, Health and Environment Perceptions and Behaviors in the Saandani National Park, Tanzania
This report shows the results of a Behavior Monitoring Survey conducted in 2012 in the communities around Saadani National Park (SANAPA) in Tanzania and a comparison with the results with those of a similar survey done three years earlier.
Opportunities for Integrating Family Planning, Health and Nutrition Interventions Into Coastal-Fisheries Governance Agendas for Improved Food Security in Western Region, Ghana
A summary of findings and recommendations for integrating FP/RH and other health, nutrition and food security interventions into the framework of the USAID-funded Integrated Coastal and Fisheries Governance (ICFG) project in the coastal districts of Western District, Ghana.
Integrating PHE into Small Scale Fisheries and Wetland Conservation in Southwestern Ghana
These story maps illustrate some of the work that has been done under various Hen Mpoano-led initiatives to conserve wetlands and sustainably manage small-scale fisheries in the region.