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Madagascar: Linking Natural Resource Management with Health and Family Planning

EHP is implementing a four-year program in Madagascar linking and integrating activities among projects in Population, Health and Environment (Natural Resource Management). The central hypothesis of this activity is that by integrating natural resource management with population and health, both will be more effective and sustainable. To date, EHP has helped to establish Voahary Salama or Integrated Programs Initiative (VS/IPI), a consortium of 20 partners in Madagascar which implements the program, and provides support by way of management and coordination, operations research, and monitoring and evaluation assistance.

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