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Population, Health and Environment at Community Level in Madagascar
The USAID Population, Health and Environment (PHE) Integration Activity in Madagascar (2017-2019) was led by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. under the USAID Advancing Partners & Communities (APC) Project […]
Women as Environmental Stewards: The Experience of the Small Grants Programme
This paper attempts to “document good practices featuring women as environmental stewards and focuses exclusively on projects led and implemented by women.”
Why Population Matters
This report focuses on how population impacts many aspects of our lives, including issues as diverse as poverty, health, education, water, and forests.
USAID Sustaining Partnerships to Enhance Rural Enterprise and Agribusiness Development (SPREAD) Project: Integrated Community Health Program Mid-Term Program Evaluation
This evaluation of the SPREAD Project reveals stakeholder perceptions of the integrated approach, shares successes, challenges and lessons learned, and makes recommendations to inform future funding of integrated programming.
Tuungane Project Baseline Ecological Study: An Assessment of the Near-shore Biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika in Mahale Mountains National Park and Surrounding Villages
An ecological survey undertaken by the Tuungane Project to analyze the freshwater component of the Lake Tanganyika Ecosystem.
The History of PHE in Madagascar: Looking Back Over the Last 25 Years and Forward to the Next Chapter
This report provides an overview of the evolution of the integrated PHE approach in Madagascar from the late 1980s through until the present day, along with a summary of opportunities and challenges relating to the scale up of this approach moving forward.
State of World Population 2009: Facing a Changing World: Women, Population, and Climate
This 2009 flagship report argues that reproductive health care, including family planning, and gender relations could influence the future course of climate change and affect how humanity adapts to rising seas, worsening storms and severe droughts.
Scaling Up Community Forest Enterprises in Tanzania
We present three emerging sustainable community forest enterprises that have delivered important social, economic and conservation benefits, and explore options for scaling up these approaches across Tanzania and elsewhere.
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 Dynamics, Environment and Sustainable Development in Siaya County
This brief contains recommendations for Siaya County government, donors, and program implementers to develop policies and implement programs that integrate population dynamics, environment/climate change, and development.