PACE connects and galvanizes policy communities that cut across subject areas and sectors. These communities engage stakeholders at the local, national, and global levels to accelerate progress toward achievement of critical health and development goals.
Population, Environment, and Development
PRB’s People, Health, Planet Program conducts research and analysis on pressing population and environment issues. Our findings are produced in non-technical language in a variety of formats in order to reach a broad base of policymakers, project implementers, and interested individuals.
This revised Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) eLearning course will help those interested in integrated approaches to development understand how and why the PHE approach is an effective way for countries to achieve the SDGs, and a means of increasing equity for family planning and health services in remote communities. Available in French and Spanish.
This interactive PHE activity map highlights the diverse efforts of organizations working to integrate primary and reproductive health services with environmental conservation and natural resource management projects and programs.
GENDER COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
PACE’s gender work includes moderating the Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG) website and listserv; editing and publishing materials that guide gender communities of practice globally; and organizing events that apprise development experts of new research and best practices in a wide range of gender issues, including gender-based violence, child marriage, and sex ratio at birth.
This slide deck, funded by USAID through the Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health (PACE) Project, consists of 57 data-driven slides that can be used by advocates, program planners, and funders, to make the case for engaging boys and men in family planning.
PACE’s cutting-edge analyses and advocacy materials convey the importance of family planning and age structure change to achieving development goals across multiple sectors.
PACE in collaboration with our youth working group on the demographic dividend, has created an advocacy video intended to engage decisionmakers in understanding the importance of involving young people in the policy process.