PACE’s PED program provides training and technical assistance to developing country partners, international NGOs, and government agencies in a variety of capacities, including quarterly webinars. You can find the complete list of our webinars here.
How Can We Holistically Address Equity, Conservation, Reproductive Health, and Livelihood Needs During the Covid-19 Pandemic?
The COVID-19 pandemic health crisis combines with the climate crisis to exacerbate existing inequalities that overwhelmingly affect vulnerable populations, such as women, youth, those living in poverty, and rural and indigenous communities.
The webinar is in French, “Mises à jour des projets SPE en Afrique en direction de la communauté francophone” and included guest speakers from the Madagascar PHE Network, John Snow, Inc. (JSI), and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
In this webinar, key experts from the African Biodiversity Collaborative Group explored the linkages between food security/nutrition and PHE approaches that integrate family planning with other health and environmental interventions.
This webinar features staff who spoke about leveraging advocacy and “beginning with the end in mind” to scale up and institutionalize a Population Health and Environment (PHE) project in East Africa.
This webinar discusses what are PHE programs and why should reproductive health and conservation organizations use a PHE approach?
This webinar discussed the importance of measuring and addressing gender in field-based PHE projects, and gave successful project examples and research initiatives.
Leveraging High Impact Practices for Family Planning and Family Planning 2020 for Population, Health, and Environment Projects
This webinar aimed to give PHE field projects the knowledge on how to leverage FP2020 and the HIPs to implement and advocate for PHE projects.
Connecting Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) Approaches With Youth and the Demographic Dividend
This webinar explored the importance of youth and the demographic dividend in development strategies and frameworks, and made the connections between youth, the demographic dividend, and PHE integration.