Twenty health and environmental organisations in Madagascar have signed the world’s very first Population-Health-Environment (PHE) quality charter.
In-depth training workshops and learning exchange visits in Ranomafana (centre) and Ifaty (southwest) brought together health and environmental organisations working in these regions to share knowledge and support uptake of the PHE approach.
National training workshops build capacity in behaviour change communication and community testimony collection
The PHE network partnered with the Ministry of Public Health and K4Health to organise these training workshops. Plus a TEDx talk and Reuters article spotlight PHE initiatives in Madagascar! All this and more in our latest news roundup.
The network’s PHE partnerships guide and PHE story cards (an interactive community outreach tool) are now available to download.
JSI / Mahefa Miaraka will strengthen community-based health services in seven regions across the country and is open to collaboration with environmental organisations. Meanwhile the Wildlife Conservation Society and Blue Ventures report on their PHE partnerships in our latest news roundup.
Lemur Conservation Foundation helps Marie Stopes ladies to go the last mile to reach isolated forest communities. Meanwhile PHE network members cross coasts to share learning and implementation experiences. All this and more in our latest news roundup!