Population, Health, and Environment Toolkit
Welcome to the Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) Toolkit!
PHE recognizes the relationships between people's health and the environment, and seeks to improve family planning and reproductive health services as well as conservation and natural resource management through an integrated, community-based, multi-sectoral approach.
This Toolkit is designed to host current and high-quality resources for the PHE community and others who are interested in learning more about the PHE approach and integrated development. The overall structure, or taxonomy, of the Toolkit was constructed to provide resources for PHE implementation, policy communications, and advocacy in countries around the world.
The intended audience is practitioners, program managers, advocates, policymakers, educators, and donors in any sector—but particularly the health, environment, and development field—who are interested in projects and policies that integrate community development activities with environment and health (especially reproductive health) interventions. These integrated approaches include components such as family planning and reproductive health; basic health services; water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); education and outreach; sustainable livelihoods; food security and nutrition; coastal and natural resources management; biodiversity conservation; climate change adaptation; and resilience.
As of August 16, 2019 we are unable to make updates to the PHE toolkit, as the K4Health toolkit platform will undergoing a transition. Should your organization be interested in sharing relevant updates on your work with others working in the population, health and environment and integrated development field, please send your update to GlobalPED@prb.org.
To provide any comments to the toolkit, please email PHEToolkit@prb.org.
To browse the contents of the Toolkit, use the navigation bar to the right to view key program topics.
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