The Bridge Collaborative offers new tools, resources and guidelines to look and think across sectors. Our results help define shared challenges and engage all sectors in the solutions.
Today’s greatest sustainable development challenges can only be solved if we work together more effectively across the global development, health, and environmental communities. This report, co-authored by the Bridge Collaborative and UNDP, highlights three global challenges that require cross-sector solutions, and actions that can be taken now to drive bigger change faster for people and the world we share.
Bridge Collaborative’s article Aligning Evidence Generation and Use Across Health, Development, and Environment published in the journal Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability presents recommendations and a proposed approach for better using evidence that spans environmental, health and development sectors.
Our members co-designed this Practitioner’s Guide with a focus on practical ways to put shared evidence into action. With this document, we offer a set of principles and guidance for planning and acting across sectors. Now, we’re testing and expanding on this tool to inform cross-sector strategies, policies and funding decisions.
The Clean Cooking Alliance, PATH, and partners created the “Cross-sectoral Collaboration for Clean Cooking” package: (i) this overview report that summarizes two case studies, presents a visual representation of the multiple effects of clean cooking, and provides recommendations for future efforts; (i) a case study of national clean cooking interventions in Nepal; and (iii) a case study of national clean cooking interventions in Kenya.
Co-authored by the Bridge Collaborative and Panorama, this report assesses the landscape of global philanthropic donors for health and environment. We also provide tangible ways to work together with donors to unlock funding to tackle the complex problems facing our world today.
With our policy-focused Call to Action report, we share poignant stories of the challenges we still can’t solve and a vision of what is needed to build the understanding and support of partners, funders, governments, policymakers and other stakeholders to chart a different future.