Introduction – Below are links, by topic, to selected full-text versions of reports on a range of PHE issues. Additional documents are also on the PHE Toolkit page. The organizations linked to below are not necessarily affiliated with, or receive support from USAID.
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Integrated PHE Programming
Mainstreaming Reproductive Health and Integrated Coastal Management into Local Governance: the Philiippines Experience. 2004. (pdf, 833 KB)
Population Action International (PAI)
Forging the link: Emerging accounts of population and environment work in communities, 1999, by CG Vogel & ER.
Sustainability from the Ground Up – Working on Reproductive Health and the Environment in Communities. 2007. Robert Engelman.
Population Reference Bureau
Enlisting Organizational Support for Population, Health, and Environment: Perspectives from a Microfinance Institution, by E. Grace Zosa-Gallares.
Guidelines for Mitigating the Impacts of HIV/AIDS on Coastal Biodiversity and Natural Resource Management. 2007.
Making the Link: Population, Health, Environment, by JG Nash and RM De Souza-Population, Health, and Environment Assessments in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania. 2007.
Healthy People in a Healthy Environment: Impact of an Integrated Population, Health, and Environment Program in Madagascar (pdf, full-text). USAID, 2005. (executive summary, pdf)
Strategies for Integrating the standard days method into community water and sanitation projects – increasing the participation of men in family planning programs: final report from El Salvador, by R. Lundgren and M. de Monroy.
An Agenda for Population, Health and the Environment, by RM De Souza.
Lessons From the First Generation of Integrated Population, Health, and Environment Projects, 2005. by John Pielemeier.
Population Action International
Forests and Family Planning in Madagascar – An Award winning documentary
Population Reference Bureau
From Roadblock to Champion: PHE Advocacy and Local Government Executives – Enrique Hernandez.
Reporting on Population, Health, and the Environment: A Media Guide for Central American Journalists. Population Reference Bureau, 2007. (pdf, full-text). Spanish version (pdf,full-text)
Building Partnerships with Local Government Units: PHE Programming in the Municipality of Concepcion, by N. Chan-Pongan.
Integrated Approach Contributes to MDG in the Philippines (pdf, 246KB). by J. Castro, F. Magbanua and L. D’Agnes. PATH Foundation Philippines Inc., 2006.
Integrated Coastal Management Matters, 2007. by F. Magbanua, F., L. D’Agnes, and Joan Castro.
Healthy People in a Healthy Environment: Impact of an Integrated Population, Health, and Environment Program in Madagascar (pdf, full-text) (executive summary, pdf). USAID, 2005.
Nepal natural resource user groups/population, health and environment assessment: final report – Environmental Health IQC, 2006.
Gender Issues and PHE
A Framework To Identify Gender Indicators For Reproductive Health and Nutrition Programming, 2002 by N.Yinger, et al.
Gender & Decision Making – Kenya Case Study. World Neighbors (pdf, full-text)
Gender Issues within the Population-Environment Nexus in Philippine Coastal Areas – D’Agnes, H, Castro, J., et al. Coastal Management Journal. August 2005. (pdf: 247 KB)
Health – HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS and the Environment: Impacts of AIDS and Ways to Reduce Them (pdf, full-text).Oglethorpe J and Gelman N. 2007. Washington DC: World Wildlife Fund.
HIV/AIDS and Natural Resource Management Linkages – Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group
Poverty, Health, and Ecosystems: Experience from Asia – Steele, P, G. Oviedo, and D.McCauley (Eds.) 2006. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK and Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines (pdf:2.73 MB)
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