Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) projects are adapted to the social and environmental context of the areas where they are implemented. The benefits of integration may not always seem obvious because many factors influencing population, health, and environment factors take place over a long period of time, and factors outside of a specific geographic region impact other parts of the world (for example, countries that are the main drivers of climate change to date are not necessarily the same countries that are currently most impacted by climate change). This section includes documents that examine and/or explain some of the benefits that arise from an integrated PHE approach. A few of these benefits are sectoral, and thus could also be achieved through sector-specific-only interventions; however, other benefits, known as value-added benefits, arise specifically because of the integrated manner in which PHE projects are implemented. Some of these sectoral and value-added benefits include improvements to women’s health and their rights, as well as benefits to livelihoods and conservation efforts.