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Handbook for curbing corruption in public procurement

KOSTYO, Kenneth

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Curbing corruption in public procurement aims to provide a basic introduction to the challenges involved with overcoming corruption. The intent of this resource is to provide readers with specific real world examples of how countries can successfully act against corruption. This work includes several case studies from a Malaysia, Indonesia and Pakistan

Handbook on access to HIV/AIDS-related treatment : a collection of information, tools and resources for NGOs, CBOs and PLWHA groups

GREEN, Carolyn
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This handbook provides NGOs, CBOs and groups of people living with HIV/AIDS with a practical resource for responding to issues of access to treatement for HIV/AIDS in developing countries. It is designed to build practical skills using participatory activities, to provide a training resource for NGO support programmes and individuals, and to facilitate ongoing learning. It is suitable for people with varying levels of experience. It contains practical exercises and examples on different aspects of treatment

The international guidelines on HIV/AIDS and human rights : how are they being used and applied? An assessment of national responses in improving access to HIV/AIDS treatment within the framework of the International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Righ

May 2002

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In 1996 ICASO issued guideline to member states to assist them in designing programmes and policies that protect and promote human rights in the context of confronting the AIDS pandemic. This publication is a report of a community research project trying to get a clear indication on how the process was progressing. The research focuses on acces to quality treatment, and the role that communities have played in improving that access. This report is based on the responses from 21 organisations in 15 of the 40 member countries. The main conclusions of the report are that the guidelines are a tool to advocate for improvements in the situation of HIV/AIDS; that the guidelines are not widely used by advocates and have not been incorporated into national legislation; anti-retrovirals are available but not accessible to the general popoulation (price being a key issue in this); and that even though prices of ARVs was high, this was not the only reason for the lack of ARVs in some countries (weak infrastructures also played a part). The report concludes with recommendations for further action

Working with young men to promote sexual and reproductive health

January 2002

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Gender is increasingly acknowledged to be central to understanding young people's experiences of sexual relationships and health. This good practice guide sets out: what we know about young men’s experience of sexual health (informed by research done in different regions across the world); different approaches to working with young men (illustrated by case studies of projects in Latin America, Africa and Asia). Policy-makers, practitioners and researchers working to promote young people's sexual health in resource-constrained settings will find this resource particularly useful

Children with disabilities

MILES, Glenn

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Split into five pull-out sections, this publication sets out the basic principles of Tearfund's Child Development Policy as applies to disability. Includes case studies of programmes with 'questions for reflection' around building relationships, participation, advocacy, parental responsibility and identifying needs and priorities. Attempts to develop the idea of good practice in programming for children with disabilities

Guidelines for the analysis of gender and health

GENDER AND HEALTH GROUP. Liverpool School for Tropical Medicine

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These guidelines aim to enhance the ability to understand and respond to gender issues amongst those involved in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of health care provision and health research. Includes case studies

Working with indigenous knowledge : a guide for researchers


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This book provides an examination of indigenous knowledge and what it can offer a sustainable development strategy, and offers a guide to collecting, using, and assessing indigenous knowledge. Includes a review of case studies in Indonesia, Ecuador, Ethiopia, and Venezuela


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