Solutions

Air and water pollution. Poverty and disease. Biodiversity loss and climate change. Across the health, development and environment sectors, the world’s biggest challenges are interconnected—and so are the solutions. The Bridge Collaborative creates the evidence and opportunity to solve these critical problems for people and the world that sustains us. Our members share a sense of urgency to accelerate the speed of change as if every day matters. Because it does.

Cross-Sector Stories


Join us on the ground and see what happens as members connect to solve the tough cross-sector challenges we face together.

Do you have a story to share? Let us know!

Bridge Collaborative Global Launch Event

Problem-Solving in Madagascar

Forced Displacement

Results from the Collaborative


Take a closer look at the gains we make and the evidence we gather as we collaborate across the health, development and environment sectors.

Cross-Sector Resources


Tap into new partnerships, knowledge, tools and resources to do cross-sector work that can change the world. Find all resources here.

CLIMATE CHANGE: TIME TO “THINK FAMILY PLANNING”

Developed by the Population & Sustainability Network and the International Planned Parenthood Federation, Climate Change: Time to “Think Family Planning” is an advocacy and communications toolkit designed to provide groups with the knowledge and tools to engage effectively in climate policy discussions and promote family planning as an effective climate adaptation strategy.

CONNECTING GLOBAL PRIORITIES: BIODIVERSITY AND HUMAN HEALTH, A STATE OF KNOWLEDGE REVIEW

Jointly prepared by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, the World Health Organization and other partners, this State of Knowledge Review elucidates the critical connections between biodiversity and human health.

DEVELOPMENT SECTOR ADJACENCY MAP: A PLANNING TOOL FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT

FHI 360’s Development Sector Adjacency Map: A Planning Tool for Integrated Development is a planning tool to help stakeholders working in a certain sector or on a particular development challenge determine which adjacencies are important to consider as they make strategic decisions about the design, delivery, evaluation and funding of integrated development solutions.