Ce document a été produit en Mai 2019 pour la coordination des activités des partenaires qui appuie la plateforme One Health dans le cadre de la communication de risque.
BRIDGE is a five-year project (2015-2020) managed by USAID’s E3 Forestry and Biodiversity Office. The project advances the second goal of USAID’s Biodiversity Policy, to “integrate biodiversity as an essential component of human development.”
The Health of People and the Environment in the Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE-LVB) project was developed to promote “a complete status of well-being” of individuals and families by converging activities related to the three sectors of population, health and environment."
This study supports the importance of including Family Planning /Maternal and Child Health as part of integrated projects to enhance resilience. The paper identifies components of resilience that could be measured in Population Health and the Environment (PHE) and other integrated development projects, and uses data from a PHE project in western Tanzania to measure resilience and better understand the links between resilience and family planning.
This brief is intended for USAID Mission and Washington technical and management staff who are considering designing integrated social and behavior change communication (SBCC) projects, or who would like to better understand and manage existing projects.
A list of publications and tools demonstrating the value and best practices of integrated design, delivery and evaluation of programs.
This report synthesizes learnings from 102 health and multisectoral programs, including a rich set of program examples and three case studies, to illustrate the various ways programs are integrating family planning with nutrition and food security interventions.
This report summarizes the work conducted by Breakthrough ACTION for this analysis, findings from the analysis, and some proposed next steps for future assessment. In this assessment, we reviewed opportunities to integrate FP SBC programming with non-health development sector SBC programming.
There are many well-established linkages between outcomes in Family Planning (FP) and other development sectors that can be leveraged by integrated Social and Behavior Change (SBC) programs. However, as integrated programming and the evidence accumulate, it becomes the responsibility of professionals working on multisectoral SBC integration to strengthen these linkages through systematic, coordinated efforts to disseminate programmatic findings, share useful tools and instruments, and communicate enablers and barriers to integration in funding, design, implementation and evaluation.