FW: Don't miss this webinar on scale-up and sustainability of Population, Health, and Environment activities!

Sophie Weiner

Dear colleagues,


For development work to be truly sustainable, results and outcomes from short-term program cycles need to continue across generations, long after donors have concluded their support. Join us this Thursday, May 25 for a discussion on sustaining Population, Health, and Environment activities in East Africa. Panelists will share their experiences on how HoPE-LVB project activities have continued to thrive since project closure in 2019.


See below for more details, and click here to register for the webinar (in English with French interpretation).





Sophie Weiner

Program Officer II, Knowledge SUCCESS



Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

111 Market Place, Suite 310

Baltimore, MD 21202



Subject: Don't miss this webinar on scale-up and sustainability of Population, Health, and Environment activities!

Discover lessons learned from the HoPE-LVB project in Kenya and Uganda

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Join us for a webinar.

Thursday, May 25 at 2:00 pm EAT/7:00 am EDT

The webinar will be in English with simultaneous interpretation into French.


In 2022, Knowledge SUCCESS collaborated with 128 Collective (formerly Preston-Werner Ventures) and USAID, to conduct a rapid stock-taking exercise to document the sustained impact of a cross-sectoral integrated Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) project. That exercise resulted in a learning brief that shares the lessons and learnings about scale-up and sustainability of the Health of People and Environment-Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE-LVB) project activities in Kenya and Uganda since project closure in 2019.


Webinar panelists, representing community groups, organizations, networks, and government, will share their unique experiences on how HoPE-LVB activities have continued and been adapted from their perspective.


Please join our moderator and four panelists for this engaging presentation and bring your questions for the moderated Q&A portion.

  • Itoro Inoyo, USAID/PHI, moderator
  • Pamela Onduso, Pathfinder International, Kenya PHE Network, panelist
  • James Peter Olemo, National Population Council, Uganda PHE Network, panelist
  • Daniel Abonyo, Rachuonyo Environmental Conservation Initiatives (RECI), Homa Bay, Kenya, panelist
  • Jostas Mwebembezi, Rwenzori Center for Research and Advocacy, Uganda, panelist


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