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20 Recursos essenciais para a população, Saúde, e Meio Ambiente (PHE)

Knowledge SUCCESS and PACE Project are pleased to announce a new collection, 20 Recursos essenciais para a população, Saúde, e Meio Ambiente (PHE). The collection addresses several knowledge management challenges among PHE professionals, uncovered earlier this year in a series of regional co-creation workshops.

COVID-19 has amplified the links between health, livelihoods, and conservation, particularly in tourism-dependent, rural communities adjacent to national parks and protected areas. Multisectoral, community-driven approaches like Population, Saúde, e Meio Ambiente (PHE) boost resilience to such shocks. They enhance equitable access to health care (including voluntary family planning) and diversify livelihoods in rural and last-mile communities adjacent to areas of high biodiversity. By building capacity to reduce poverty and improve maternal, filho, and reproductive health outcomes through partnerships that also lead to biodiversity outcomes, PHE approaches help countries achieve the Sustainable Development Goals in an integrated manner.

The PHE community: what challenges do they face finding and sharing knowledge?

Part of the Knowledge SUCCESS portfolio is to provide knowledge management support to the global PHE community. No início deste ano, Knowledge SUCCESS conducted a series of co-creation workshops among those working in PHE in the United States, este de África, and Asia. Participants shared challenges they face in accessing PHE information and resources and their preferences for exchanging knowledge and information with fellow PHE stakeholders. They also brainstormed ideas (ou, in co-creation terminology, they ideated prototypes) for tools that could strengthen the sharing and exchange of PHE knowledge across a global community.

Across all workshops, participants mentioned difficulties they face locating and using PHE resources. Primeiro, when they can’t find PHE resources, this challenge is typically caused by common factors including:

  • General lack of PHE resources available online
  • No central website for information, Recursos, and tools for PHE
  • Not enough time to visit multiple websites to find necessary resources

Segundo, once they find resources, there is a perceived gap in quality and validity and a general scarcity of evidence-based programmatic information with clear and strong data. Participants shared several reasons for this gap including:

  • Difficulties in coordination and partnership among integrated programs and sectors to collect evidence and data
  • Short PHE program life cycles which impose time constraints on building the evidence base
  • No peer review process to authenticate information

It’s with a particular challengeresources being scattered across websitesin mind that Knowledge SUCCESS and PACE are excited to launch a new collection, 20 Recursos essenciais para a população, Saúde, e Meio Ambiente.

Launching today: 20 Recursos essenciais para a população, Saúde, e Meio Ambiente

The new collection of 20 essential PHE resources, curated by Knowledge SUCCESS and PACE Project, is designed to help program planners, designers, and implementers in a variety of sectors (such as environmental conservation, resilience, comida segura, and economic development) understand and explore elements of PHE programs so that they can incorporate this approach into their work. The collection includes resources on introductory concepts, projeto do programa, monitoramento e avaliação, and program examples and contributions from World Wildlife Fund, ICF International, Confiança Margaret Pyke, PHE Ethiopia Consortium, Blue Ventures, PHE Network Madagascar, Lake Victoria Basin Commission, and many others.

Coming soon: a co-created platform for PHE knowledge sharing

The Knowledge SUCCESS team is developing a website that will provide a space for discussion, conexão, and collaboration among PHE stakeholders. Building from the ideas generated in the PHE co-creation workshops, it will include a robust repository for PHE resources with plans to build that collection with documented PHE best practices. Stay tuned for the website launch in the early part of 2021.

20 Recursos essenciais para a população, Saúde, e Meio Ambiente (PHE)
Kristen P. Patterson

Program Director - People Health, Planeta, PRB

Kristen P. Patterson joined PRB in 2014, where she is the program director of People, Saúde, Planeta. Her role focuses on synthesizing data and research findings for policy audiences, developing and sharing knowledge about holistic programs that address human and planetary health, and creating opportunities to foster dialogue and policy reform around multi-sectoral approaches to sustainable development. Kristen started her career by serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Niger. Desde então, her work has centered on the nexus of community development, public health, and environmental conservation. Kristen worked for the Africa Region of The Nature Conservancy for six years, where she helped launch an integrated reproductive health and conservation project, Tuungane, in western Tanzania that continues today. She worked in Madagascar as a USAID Population-Environment Fellow and has conducted research on farmer-herder conflict resolution in Niger. Kristen has a MS in Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development and a Certificate in African Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Tess E. McLoud

Assessor de política, PRB

Tess E. McLoud é consultor de políticas para pessoas da PRB, Saúde, equipe planeta, onde ela trabalha na defesa de iniciativas de desenvolvimento multissetorial que abordam os vínculos entre a população, saúde, e o ambiente. Seu trabalho abrange setores como saúde reprodutiva e meio ambiente, com foco no trabalho voltado para países na África e na Ásia. Entre outras coisas, ela trabalhou em desenvolvimento comunitário como voluntária do Peace Corps na Tailândia, liderou uma iniciativa sobre resiliência às mudanças climáticas na UNESCO, e gerenciou programas de saúde reprodutiva na África francófona com Ipas. Tess é bacharel em antropologia e francês de Dartmouth, e um mestrado em francês com foco no desenvolvimento internacional de Middlebury.

Elizabeth Tully

Diretor de Programa Sênior, Conhecimento SUCESSO / Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Isabel (Liz) Tully é Diretora Sênior de Programas do Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. Ela apoia os esforços de gerenciamento de conhecimento e programas e colaborações de parceria, além de desenvolver conteúdo impresso e digital, incluindo experiências interativas e vídeos animados. Seus interesses incluem planejamento familiar/saúde reprodutiva, a integração da população, saúde, e o ambiente, e destilar e comunicar informações em formatos novos e interessantes. Liz tem um B.S.. em Ciências da Família e do Consumidor pela West Virginia University e trabalha na gestão do conhecimento para o planejamento familiar desde 2009.

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