Archive for: PHE Ethiopia Consortium

Traditionally, climate funders and policy makers have not integrated sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) within their strategies. The aim of this guide is to support more SRHR organisations and advocates to engage in climate change advocacy, to secure climate finance and to develop stronger partnerships with those already working on the connections between climate change and SRHR.

Year: 2022

Source: Margaret Pyke Trust, MSI Reproductive Choices, YADNET-Uganda, PHE Ethiopia Consortium

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The Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) approach necessitates an integrated design and implementation of program activities. The purpose of this manual is to provide basic, easy to use information on the different stages of a PHE program cycle. In the Designing a PHE Program section, the authors walk through the design process including pre-project planning, establishing the linkages between the identified problem to be addressed through the integrated approach, selecting the appropriate interventions and activities, and gaining support and partnerships for the PHE program among local governments and communities. The Implementing PHE Projects section outlines models of implementation including multi-sectoral coordination, peer education, and involving community members, including women and youth, in PHE project activities. The final two sections of the manual focus on monitoring, evaluating, and communicating results and the sustaining and scaling up of PHE programming.

Year: 2018

Source: PHE Ethiopia Consortium

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