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Multimedia overview of the HoPE-LVB project, which was a PHE project implemented by Pathfinder International from 2011–2019 in the Lake Victoria basin region of Kenya and Uganda.

Year: 2019

Source: Pathfinder International

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    This policy brief and web feature describe how PHE projects contribute to youth development. Youth are defined in these products as young people between the ages of 10 and 29. The brief and web feature illustrate how youth leadership and inclusion within integrated approaches contribute to sectoral outcomes, and the web feature includes two case studies and videos that explore these outcomes. Finally, the products provide recommendations for policymakers, advocates, and organizations interested in youth and PHE to improve project design, foster youth development, and invest in monitoring and evaluating the benefits of PHE integration for youth.

    Year: 2018

    Source: Population Reference Bureau

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      In many developing countries, extreme weather events tied to climate change are increasingly threatening people’s property, livelihoods, and lives. Policymakers seek strategies to help people build resilience to these environmental shocks, which can exacerbate crises caused by poverty and poor health. This interactive infographic, shared via the web and social media, explains the concept of resilience in simple terms, highlighting the policy interventions that help families become more resilient to a crisis. Framing resilience as the integration of health and nutrition, education, and economic stability, the infographic outlines clear policy changes that decisionmakers across sectors can implement.

      Year: 2015

      Source: Population Reference Bureau

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        This map identifies field-based projects around the world relating to population, health, environment, and/or development, as well as funders and organizations focused on relevant policy and advocacy research and learning. The map allows users to see what is being accomplished in the growing population, health, environment, and development field and learn about key players.

        Year: 2019

        Source: Population Reference Bureau

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          After leading implementation of the USAID-funded Integrated Coastal and Fisheries Governance (ICFG) Initiative for the Western Region of Ghana, Hen Mpoano became a registered nonprofit organization with a mission towards continuing many of the initiatives related to coastal and marine governance begun under the project. 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.

          Year: 2018

          Source: Hen Mpoano

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            The Madagascar PHE Network supports its members’ monitoring, evaluation, learning & research efforts to collate impact data, strengthen the evidence base for this holistic approach, deepen understanding of its added value and inform improvements to programming. This website feature provides key impact statistics as well as community testimonials from PHE sites across Madagascar.

            Source: Madagascar PHE Network

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              Madagascar’s national PHE network connects, inspires, and supports its members to develop collaborative initiatives that improve the health of both people and the environment. The PHE Network website includes resources, reports, and news relevant to network members as well as other stakeholders working in the field of PHE.

              Source: Madagascar PHE Network

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