Beginning in 2010, USAID’s Informing Decision-makers to Act (IDEA) Project brought together three leading policy forums in Washington, DC – the Wilson Center, Population Reference Bureau, and Aspen Institute – to help lead the effort to reposition family planning and reproductive health by increasing knowledge, raising awareness, and spurring policy action among global leaders.
The third film in ECSP's “Healthy People, Healthy Environment” series transports viewers to an innovative development project in Ethiopia’s Gurage Zone where youth and their parents are working together to build a more sustainable future.
In India’s resource-rich Meghalaya State, demand for coal is transforming the environment and the people who depend on it. Coal mine owners are prospering from booming production, but few laws regulate the dangerous and polluting practice known as “rat-hole” mining. Until now.
In the second film in ECSP's "Healthy People, Healthy Environment" series, villagers in Nepal find that combining conservation efforts with reproductive health services helps them support their families and their communities more sustainably.