"The mhGAP Humanitarian Intervention Guide contains first-line management recommendations for mental, neurological and substance use conditions for non-specialist health-care providers in humanitarian emergencies where access to specialists and treatment options is limited. It is a simple, practical tool that aims to support general health facilities in areas affected by humanitarian emergencies in assessing and managing acute stress, grief, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, psychosis, epilepsy, intellectual disability, harmful substance use and risk of suicide....This new tool is an adaptation of WHO’s mhGAP Intervention Guide, a widely-used evidence-based manual for the management of these conditions in non-specialized health settings."
This guide is written for programme managers in governments and their partners, primarily those working in maternal and child health and nutrition. It proposes a step-wise process to develop a country-specific strategy, with plans to be implemented in support of appropriate infant and young child feeding, especially in the first two years of life
A guide to effective programme development, understood as an ongoing, comprehensive planning process used to establish programmes. This manual, which draws on the experience in HIV/AIDS programmes, presents a series of seven steps to help organise ideas throughout the planning and implementation process: 1) needs assessment; 2) developing mission, goals and objectives; 3) identifying funding resources; 4) assigning leadership tasks; 5) programme design; 6) programme implementation; 7) evaluation. This manual is specifically aimed at NGOs working with HIV/AIDS, programme planners, financial managers and grant writers
A comprehensive guide to effective programme planning. Good programme planning entails responding to community needs, communicating effectively with the community and funders, learning and replicating success stories, gaining support and writing successful proposals, making sure the programme stays current and relevant and serving better clients and beneficiaries. This manual, which draws on the experience in HIV/AIDS programs, presents a series of eight steps to help organise ideas throughout the programme planning process: 1) identify key players; 2) identify target audience and the problem; 3) assemble a programme planning team; 4) gather background information; 5) begin creative programme design; 6) finalise programme plan; 7) create a budget for the programme; 8) raise the funds necessary for the programme. This manual is specifically aimed at NGOs working with HIV/AIDS, programme planners, financial managers and grant writers
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