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Disaster risk management for all : for the inclusion of children, elderly people and people with disabilities

FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (BMZ)
World Food Programme
GIZ sector programmes
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May 2013

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This publication explains the links between disasters, disaster risk management and particularly vulnerable sections of the population including children, elderly people and people with disabilities.  It gives an overview of the experience to date and provides some practical suggestions on how to meet the needs of all people on an equitable basis through disaster risk management.  Specific activities to strengthen inclusive disaster risk management are provided in this guide for all vulnerable groups

BMZ Information Brochure 1, 2013e

Lifting the curse : overcoming persistent undernutrition in India|IDS research summary

HADDAD, Lawrence
ZEITLYN, Sushila Zeitlyn
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July 2009

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This research summary "...proposes a number of ways in which the state and civil society in India can strengthen the governance of nutrition in terms of capability, responsiveness and accountability... "India contains a third of the developing world's under nourished children, but the country's rapid economic growth suggests it should be capable of tackling the problem"

Disappearing daughters

KELLY, Annie
June 2008

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This report highlights the decline in the number of girls born and surviving in northern India compared to boys, driven by discrimination against women and the preference for sons over daughters. The problem affects all levels of society with the illegal use of ultrasound technology to detect the gender of unborn children leading to sex-selective abortions, and in poorer communities, where this technology is less available, the neglect and denial of medical care and nutrition of girl children

My wish

INDIAN INITIATIVE OF CHILD CENTRED HIV & AIDS APPROACH (IICCHAA)
2008

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This illustrated booklet accompanies a DVD animation, telling the story of a young girl whose family has been affected by HIV and AIDS and how she comes to understand and cope. The story is accompanied by questions for children and parents to draw out their feelings and response to what is happening in the story. These resources have been developed as part of training pack for the Indian Initiative of Child Centred HIV & AIDS Approach (ICCHAA) memory work pilot project

Tuberculosis : frequently asked questions

HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE - INDIA
2001

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This booklet written in Hindi provides information about TB, how TB is spread, diagnosed and treated. Questions related to Latent Tuberculosis Infection (LTBI), BCG vaccination and TB in HIV positive persons are also discussed. It also covers the WHO approved methodology of TB control, DOTS and what role TB patients can play in control of the disease. The Health and Development Initiative-India feels that this booklet will be of use to TB treatment supervisors, community and public health nurses working in TB control, health educators and TB programme managers in developed countries with sizeable Indian populations such as USA, Canada and Europe

Difficult behavior and how to manage them

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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This booklet offers suggestions for developing deafblind children’s behaviour and attitude in a positive way and how to reduce or change unwanted and difficult behaviour. It is a compilation of materials and literature that are readily available and will be useful to teacher and parents as a basic self study guide

Sensory integration : basic concepts

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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This booklet looks at the different ways to stimulate a child with sensory impairments so that they are able to integrate or use together all senses to get the meaning from events and people around them. Many of the activities discussed facilitate cognitive development of deafblind children

Causes and syndromes leading to deafblindness

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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This booklet describes the causes, syndromes and genetic conditions that may cause deafblindness. Knowledge of conditions that cause deafblindness provides teachers with important clues to students’ health status, physical stability, potential development as well as understanding of symptoms and the progression of students’ conditions

Orientation and mobility for deafblind people

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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For deafblind children the ability to move about freely in the environment is sometimes difficult but is an important step towards independence. This booklet covers definitions of orientation and mobility, outlines the importance of them and gives techniques for guiding children that are suitable to Indian culture. It also describes concepts and skills that deafblind children need to learn and understand

Teaching strategies and management of deafblind children

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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Everyday activities such as; walking, running, bending, sitting, writing, dressing, are not always easy for children who are deafblind. This booklet offers some strategies to parents, carers and teachers for teaching such skills to deafblind children

Vision - using it better

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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This booklet aims to increase understanding about vision, visual impairment and residual or useful vision, and how vision is assessed. It has been compiled for all who live or work with deafblind children and young adults or those who have visual impairment along with one or more additional disabilities

Screening and assessment formats

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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This booklet is designed for professionals, special educators, school teachers and development CBR workers for screening, identification and completion of functional assessments and individual education plans for children with deafblindness and multi-sensory impairments (MSI). The booklet provides forms used by Sense International (India) and gives guidance to use them as a tool for screening and assessing children. This publication is useful for organisations and educators working with deafblind people

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