Beginning with sustainable scale up in mind: initial results from a population, health and environment project in East Africa.

@article{Ghiron2014BeginningWS,
  title={Beginning with sustainable scale up in mind: initial results from a population, health and environment project in East Africa.},
  author={Laura Ghiron and Lucy Shillingi and Charles Kabiswa and Godfrey Onyango Ogonda and Antony Omimo and Alexis Ntabona and Ruth Simmons and Peter Fajans},
  journal={Reproductive health matters},
  year={2014},
  volume={22 43},
  pages={
          84-92
        }
}
Small-scale pilot projects have demonstrated that integrated population, health and environment approaches can address the needs and rights of vulnerable communities. However, these and other types of health and development projects have rarely gone on to influence larger policy and programme development. ExpandNet, a network of health professionals working on scaling up, argues this is because projects are often not designed with future sustainability and scaling up in mind. Developing and… CONTINUE READING
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