Program Design in - Environmental Health at USAID

Report
Program Design
in Population, Health and
Environment
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Introductions
• Your name
• Your organization and country/region
where you work
• Your primary position in your organization
and technical area of expertise
• How long you have been working in
project development / management in
your area of expertise.
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Group Task
• Draw a picture that characterizes
your concept of an “integrated PHE
approach.”
• No words – you must use only
pictures.
• You have 10 minutes.
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Workshop Purpose
Build local capacity to design,
implement and monitor integrated
PHE approaches that are replicable,
sustainable and generate impact on
both human and ecosystem health.
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Workshop Objectives
1. Describe various categories of PHE integration
and key advantages and disadvantages to
each.
2. Formulate a Conceptual Model that
graphically depicts the demographic, social,
environmental dynamics at a local site and
the relationships among these factors.
3. From the Conceptual Model, identify
opportunities for remediation and formulate
specific objectives (short-term outcomes).
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Objectives (continued)
4. Formulate and use Results Chains to select
appropriate strategies and interventions to
address root causal factors.
5. Describe a range of implementation models
and PHE integration mechanisms.
6. Apply an existing PHE tool to select
appropriate M&E indicators and devise a
simple monitoring plan.
7. Draft an integrated PHE project design
document and a follow-on plan for the next
steps (back-home activities to complete the
design and planning processes).
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Workshop Calendar
Mon | 3/11
Session 1
Opening
Session 2
Overview of
PHE
Tues | 4/11
Wed | 5/11
Session 4
Goal,
Objectives &
Strategies;
Results Chain
Thurs | 6/11
Session 5
cont’d
Session 7
cont’d
Session 6
Identifying
Indicators
Session 8
Monitoring
Planning
LUNCH
Session 3
Conceptual
Model
Session 4
cont’d
Session 5
Selecting
Interventions
Session 7
Implementation
Models &
Mechanisms
Session 9
Back Home
Application
Closing
Workshop
Evaluation
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Proposed Guidelines for
Working Together
• Active participation
• Listen and ask questions
• Balance level of participation
• Start and end on time
• Turn cell phones off during sessions
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