Lessons Learned from EHP II is a collection of papers that provide a concise overview of end-of-project lessons learned from five years (1999–2004) of EHP’s work related to hygiene improvement, malaria control and prevention through integrated vector management and cross-sectoral surveillance, linking population, health and environment and improving health for the urban poor.
The lessons are approaches and practices that offer ideas about what works in a given situation and have implications for future programming. Lessons are often “lessons from” a specific activity, and not all lessons may be universal in scope and application. The intended audience for Lessons Learned is USAID, international organizations, PVOs and NGOs working in environmental health programming. The Lessons Learned Papers are based on activity-specific background papers and reports written by EHP Activity Managers and the Information Center Staff.
Lessons Learned Papers
- Hygiene Improvement for Diarrhea Prevention
- Improving Vector Control and Surveillance for Malaria and Other Vector-Borne Diseases
- Healthy People in a Healthy Environment: Integrating Population, Health and Environment
- Urban Health
- Advancing Environmental Health for Disease Prevention: Past Experiences and Future Priorities
- EHP Overview
- Advancing Hygiene Improving for Diarrhea Prevention
- Vector Control and Surveillance for Malaria and Other Vector-borne Diseases
- Healthy People in a Healthy Environment
- Improving Health for the Urban Poor
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