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July 2014: Report
This PRB guide is structured as a series of critical questions about the links between population, fertility, development, economics, health, and the environment.
March 2014: Article
People migrate in response to immediate disasters as well as to longer-term environmental strains. Humanitarian aid can potentially reduce the need for both kinds of migration.
Rachel Yavinsky, policy analyst at PRB, presented an overview of PRB's ENGAGE presentation "Population, Health, and Environment Working Together," and its accompanying materials.
January 2014: Article
Three projects integrating family planning into development activities outside of the health sector provide evidence of efficiency and effectiveness. These examples highlight how an integrated, multisector approach can improve family planning access in tandem with other development goals.
PRB's ENGAGE Presentation, "Population, Health, and Environment Working Together," demonstrates the integrated PHE approach to solving challenges in vulnerable and remote communities.
This PRB ENGAGE Snapshot highlights the challenges faced by many families and communities around the world and how the population, health, and environment approach can address these challenges.
December 2013: Article
The 2nd International Population, Health, and Environment Conference, organized by PRB and the PHE Ethiopia Consortium, convened in November in Ethiopia around the theme "Healthy Families, Healthy Environments."
Jason Bremner, program director of Population, Health, and Environment at PRB, talks about how family planning is one of the most cost-effective ways of addressing climate change.
June 2013: Article
Increasing access to family planning during rough economic times gives couples the option to postpone pregnancies. In his research on Tanzania, the author found that rural households increased contraceptive use when provided at an affordable rate, if they lost a significant portion of their crop.
The PRB ENGAGE presentation, "HoPE-LVB," aims to improve individuals' understanding of HoPE-LVB (Health of People and the Environment in the Lake Victoria Basin) and the population, health, and environment (PHE) approach.
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