Originally published in 1995, A Book for Midwives has been a comprehensive resource for practicing midwives and midwifery training programmes around the world. This new edition has been extensively updated and revised to reflect new WHO/UNICEF guidelines and standards for mothers and newborn children.This book covers the essentials of care before, during, and after birth, providing a variety of designs for low-cost equipment and training materials. It includes new information on helping women stay healthy during pregnancy; helping mothers have safer labors and births; preventing, managing, and treating obstetric emergencies; breastfeeding; the health needs of new babies; and involving the community in improving the health of mothers and pregnant women. It also includes new information about treatment and medications for HIV and other sexually transmitted infectons; vaccinations, medicines, and drug interactions; infection prevention; improved methods for dealing with complicated deliveries; and new and updated information on family planning
This resource clearly outlines the articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in a child-friendly format. This document would be an ideal teaching aid for disabled and non-disabled children. It includes easy-to-read explanations of concepts like: human rights, disability, ratification, universal design and accessibility. This source would be useful for anyone with an interest in teaching, child rights and disability and development
This guide aims to facilitate the use of online courses and complement an online curriculum for individuals using the tools in classrooms or face-to-face group sessions. This comprehensive resource helps users of e-learning materials retain more information, explore particular topics in more depth, and demonstrate a higher level of competency. This resource would be useful for anyone with an interest in teaching aids, and disability and development
This resource book, developed in Sri Lanka, aims to support teachers to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable them to include children with disabilities in pre-school, early childhood development settings. Chapters look at supporting children with specific impairments as well as working with parents, communities and referral systems
Discusses how to prepare and make low-cost materials and equipment
This book is an essential manual for CBR programmes it describes in detail how health workers can be trained in order to promote CBR.
Part of a collection of training manuals on different aspects of information technology use. This one guides on the use of GetWeb, a tool developed by SATELLIFE for receiving web pages through email.
Part of a collection of training manuals on different aspects of information technology use.
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion