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Exploring Cross-sector Linkages between Population, Health, and Environment, Nutrition, and Food Security: A Review of Best Practices and Lessons Learned

ABCG is pleased to share a recent report entitled Exploring Cross-Sector Linkages between Population, Health, Environment, Nutrition and Food Security: A Review of Best Practices and Lessons Learned.

This comprehensive literature review documents best practices for integrating nutrition and food security interventions into existing Population, Health and Environment (PHE) projects and presents recommendations for incorporating cross-sector indicators.

ABCG, through its thematic working group, Global Health Linkages to Biodiversity Conservation, provides methodological guidance to advance a vision that incorporates health outcomes into biodiversity conservation and sustainable development by employing PHE guidelines to identify and develop synergies between critical ecosystem services, and human health and well-being.

Please see the Population, Health and Environment Task Activity Fact Sheet for more information.

Download the PHE literature review here>

 

By Janet Edmond, Kimberly Holbrook, Alice Macharia, Jimmiel Mandima, and Nathalie Simoneau, posted on Friday July 14, 2017
Population, Health and Environment

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