Webinar: From pilot to scale: Institutionalizing the Population-Health-Environment approach for sustainable development in East Africa

June 22, 2016

Hosts: E2A/IBP Community of Practice on Scale-Up and Population Reference Bureau

Our community of practice will co-host a webinar with the Population Reference Bureau entitled “From pilot to scale: Institutionalizing the Population-Health-Environment (PHE) approach for sustainable development in East Africa.” The webinar will focus on the Health of People and Environment (HoPE) project in the Lake Victoria Basin. During the webinar, East African staff from the HoPE project will share how the project is unique in its specific focus on designing for, and sustainably scaling up the project approach to new areas using ExpandNet guidance.

More about HoPE: Since 2011, HoPE has been working to model and scale up a promising cross-sectoral approach - known as “population, health and environment”- to address the interrelated challenges faced by marginalized, rural communities in Uganda and Kenya. HoPE addresses food security, unmet need for family planning, environmental degradation, high risk of maternal and infant mortality, water and sanitation, and lack of economic/livelihood opportunities. HoPE reaches underserved communities with much needed information and services in an integrated way. Register here.

When: June 22, 2016