Population, Health and Environment (PHE) Toolkit

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Below are links to a variety of full-text resources for planning, implementing and monitoring PHE projects and activities.

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A – Design/Planning Tools

1 — Guidelines and Frameworks

2 — Lessons Learned/Best Practices

3 — Scaling Up

B – Implementation Tools

1 — Implementation – Training Modules

2 — Information Education and Communication (IEC) and Behavior Change

3 — Job Descriptions/Job Aids

C – Monitoring and Evaluation Tools

D – Advocacy and Networking Tools

A – Design/Planning Tools

A1 – Guidelines and Frameworks

A2 – Lessons Learned/Best Practices

A3 – Scaling up

B -Implementation Tools

B1 – Training Modules

B2 -IEC and Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Tools

B3 – Implementation – Job Descriptions/Job Aids

C – Monitoring and Evaluation Tools

D – Advocacy and Networking Tools

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