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National partnership platforms on HIV and TB : a toolkit to strengthen civil society information, dialogue and advocacy

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This toolkit aims to share the learning on national partnership programmes (NPP) so far, The examples, case studies, challenges and processes described are therefore a ‘work-in-progress’ rather than perfectly presented material. The toolkit also provides examples of successful initiatives using the NPP approach. A NPP is based on the principle that information is power, providing tools for information sharing, networking and dialogue. NPPs facilitate the process of consensus building, developing an informed common advocacy agenda and implementing effective country level advocacy on HIV and TB

mhGAP mental health gap action programme : scaling up care for mental, neurological, and substance use disorders


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This report presents an action plan to scale up services for mental, neurological and substance use disorders for countries, especially low and lower middle income countries. It describes the mhGAP programme, outlines framework for country action and emphasises the building of partnerships. This resource is useful for people interested in scaling up services for mental health in developing countries

Center on School, Family and Community Partnerships

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This organisation conducts and disseminates research, programmes, and policy analyses that produce new and useful knowledge and practices that help parents, educators, and members of communities work together to improve schools, strengthen families, and enhance student learning and development. The Center's projects aim to increase an understanding of practices of partnership that help all children succeed in primary, middle, and secondary schools in rural, suburban, and urban areas. The website brings together a wide range of resources, including success stories, research, professional development tools and publications

Terrific Transitions : supporting children's transition to kindergarten

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This website is a collaborative effort of the SERVE Regional Educational Laboratory and the National Head Start Association. Its goal is to provide a wide variety of transition information and resources for families, professionals, and community partnerships to use as they address children's transitions into kindergarten. Topics include family and parents, teachers and non-classroom personnel. Contains resources and publications available for downloading


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