A group made up of three facilitators and 13 experts furthered the learning that was completed in 2020 relating to an integrated
health and conservation approach termed Population, Health and Environment (or PHE). In this second year, we investigate five
real-world PHE cases, compare them against a generic theory of change, evaluate the added value of integrating health and
conservation actions, and share the learning across multiple platforms and with numerous audiences.
Case studies
The five case studies investigated in this learning initiative are all African examples. They include:
1) Madagascar: Blue Ventures’ integrated health-environment programme
2) Uganda: Healthy wetlands for cranes and people of Rukiga
3) Ethiopia: Scaling out integrated and multisectoral ecoregional approach in Bale Eco-Region
4) Ghana: Integrating health and family planning into Greater Amanzule wetland landscape conservation and small-scale
fisheries management in the western region of Ghana
5) Tanzania: Landscape conservation in western Tanzania

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