EENET is an information sharing network which supports and promotes the inclusion of marginalised groups in education worldwide. Each year at least one edition of EER is published. It features articles from education stakeholders around the world, sharing experiences of making education more inclusive.
Database of disability and inclusion information resources
You can search the resource database by using the categories to the left or by typing a title, author or keywords in the search box above. Alternatively, you can browse the most recent resources below.
Prepared and distributed by the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, Polio News is aimed at partners, field staff, ministries of health and interested parties. It includes up-to-date information on the progress accomplished in eradicating polio
Publishes articles and information on child sexual abuse, exploitation, reproductive health and related issues in Pakistan
Four times a year
Users can consult this website to assist in locating deaf organisations and schools in more than 145 countries around the world
The WGNRR is an international network of groups and individuals supporting reproductive rights for women. The newsletter contains features, news, current campaigns and activities, research, reports, letters and reviews, drawn from all the information received. Members and others regularly reprint and distribute this information in their own countries, often in translation, and use it in their work
Four times a year
Provides examples of successful community health care and CBR programmes in Southern countries, in particular a disability and rehabilitation centre in rural Mexico called Projimo.
Two/Three times a year
Includes articles concerning blindness and visual impairment around the world.
Two issues a year
Published by The International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment (ICEVI)
This database lists anti-malarial medicines alphabetically by brand/marketing name. For each drug listed there is a photograph and details about its manufacture. Packaging and strength/dosing information is listed and WHO pre-qualification status is provided
This tool box is a central repository for a wide range of health-related procurement & supply management tools. Some of these tools are available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish
www.DandC.eu is a website that focuses on international development and explores how it relates to other fields of policy-making, such as security, peace, trade, business, public health and education. D+C stands for Development and Cooperation. We publish in two languages. The German version is E+Z Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit.
We specialise in opinion journalism and analytical essays. The website shares the name D+C/E+Z with our print magazine, which is published every two months, and a monthly e-paper
This 'how-to' newsletter is aimed at all health workers, covering a different topic in each issue. Topics have included breastfeeding, pesticides, participatory education, appropriate technology, health and nutrition, community based health care, visual aids, women and development, agriculture, and co-operatives.There is also a World Neighbors e-newsletter
Back issues of this newsletter, from 1982-2016 are available online
Issues produced irregularly
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This website provides information on national health research systems in low and middle income countries. It would be useful for anyone involved in health research at a national or at international level, policy makers, research managers, researchers, health care practitioners, health system managers, civil society and development professionals. Individuals actively involved in health research in their country (either as researcher, policy maker, or user) are encouraged to become active contributors to the site
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion