Do Integrated Population, Health, and Environment Programs Work?
This evaluation of a five-year program about the integration of population, health and environment in three environmental corridors and other threatened ecosystems in Madagascar was designed to test the following working hypothesis and operations research question:
1. Is an integrated approach more effective than a single-sector approach (health or environment alone or no known program other than government services)?
2. What is the most effective model to integrate multi-sector programs that include population, health, and environment (agriculture and natural resource management) interventions?