Designing and Implementing Integrated Approaches to Population, Health and Environment (PHE): Training Materials

USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health supported the creation of a set of training materials for developing the capacity of field practitioners to design, implement and monitor integrated approaches to Population-Health-Environment (PHE). The materials aim to build country capacity to implement the steps and models outlined in the Integrating Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) Projects: A Programming Manual developed in 2007 (available in this resource). The training materials consist of the following:
  • Facilitator's Guide
  • Participant Manual
  • Case study from the Philippines
  • PowerPoint Presentations:

    Session 1. Program Design in Population, Health and Environment

    Session 2. Commonalities, Conditions and Characteristics of PHE Projects

    Session 3. Conceptual Model

    Session 4. Setting Project Goals, Objectives and Strategies

    Session 5. Selecting PHE Interventions

    Session 6. Identifying Indicators

    Session 7. PHE Implementation Models and Mechanisms

    Session 8. Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)

    Session 9. Back Home Application
Year: 
2009
Organization: 
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Languages: 
English