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Human resources for health development journal (HRDJ)|an international journal for development of human resources for health

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This open access, online journal publishes papers on all aspects of planning, producing and managing human resources for health - all those who provide health services worldwide. As such, it conveys the quantitative and qualitative products of research and analysis, and seeks to address policy issues and foster policy debate. It invites contributions from users of health services as well as from academics, policy-makers and practitioners in the health realm and from disciplines - such as the behavioural sciences, economics, law, geography and management - that impinge on health and health development
Three times a year
Free (Online)

Humanitarian exchange

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Each issue has a special feature on a particular subject or crisis, as well as articles covering all aspects of humanitarian policy and practice
Four times a year
Free

Alertnet

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This news network provides in depth coverage of emerging and current global health issues, natural disasters, war and conflict, and food crises. It also has sections on climate change, country profiles, multimedia, blogs of opinion and eye witness reports and an area for aid agencies who are members of AlertNet

Disability in conflicts and emergencies

ATLAS ALLIANCE
CHRISTOFFEL BLINDENMISSION (CBM)

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This factsheet presents a general overview of disability in conflict and emergencies. Case studies are highlighted to emphasise that disabled people are often the most at risk in emergency situations, that disasters and crises lead to disability, and the importance of good planning and accessiblility. This resource is useful to people interested in disability, conflict and emergencies

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END THE CYCLE

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This online resource library provides informative links to videos and stories, information booklets, factsheets and lessons plans about key topics related to poverty and disability

Sexuality and disability

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Sexuality and Disability is an international forum for the publication of peer-reviewed original interdisciplinary scholarly papers that address the psychological and medical aspects of sexuality in relation to rehabilitation

Source disability and inclusion e-bulletin

SOURCE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION SUPPORT CENTRE

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This e-bulletin contains a selection of 25 information resources recently added to the Source collection on disability and inclusion in development and humanitarian contexts. It also features new and updated keylists added to the disability and inclusion topic areas
Four times a year

Sterling stairlifts

STERLING STAIRLIFTS

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This website presents information about an independent stairlift supplier in the UK. It gives details about various stairlift options including straight stairlifts, curved stairlifts, rental stairlfts, reconditioned stairlifts and repaired stairlifts. This resource is useful for people interested in stairlifts in the UK

10/66 Dementia Research Group

10/66 DEMENTIA RESEARCH GROUP

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The 10/66 Dementia Research Group is a collective of researchers carrying out population-based research into dementia, non-communicable diseases and ageing in low and middle income countries. This website features general information about the group, highlights their research and policy work, and provides details about their participants. Additional sections are given for links to their newsletter, other news items and registration. This website is useful to anyone interested in population-based research into dementia, non-communicable diseases and ageing in low and middle income countries

I CAN! I WILL! idea library

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE INTERNATIONAL (ADI)

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I CAN! I WILL! is a library of ideas to help people around the world stand up and speak out about Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. The library covers the following topics: people with dementia; family carers and friends; medical professionals; professional carers; alzheimer associations; and other people. This interactive library provides options to browse the books, to contribute an idea to the library and to comment on an idea. This library is useful to people with dementia, care partners, medical professionals, volunteers and advocates to learn and share experiences

Global health observatory (GHO) : non-communicable diseases (NCD)

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)

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This area of the global health observatory (GHO) provides access to WHO's global non-communicable disease (NCD) statistics. It presents general NCD information, mortality and morbidity statistics, risk factors, and the health system’s response and capacity to address and respond to NCDs. Links are also provided to related NCD data products. This database is useful to anyone interested in NCD related statistics and data

Cross-cutting disability research programme

THE LEONARD CHESHIRE DISABILITY AND INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

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This website features a cross-cutting research programme in disability and development carried out collaboratively by LCD Inclusive Development Centre and four DFID-funded Research Programme Consortium (RPC) partners. The applied research aims to generate evidence to support full participation of disabled people within the broader framework of inclusive development. The programme focuses upon the following four areas of disability and development research: Access to Water and Sanitation in Uganda and Zambia; Disability and Urban Agriculture in Kenya; Maternal Child Health for Women with Disabilities in Nepal; and Mental Disability, Stigma and Multidimensional Poverty in India. The website providesdetailed information about the four research areas and the research partners

International development and disability resource center

MOBILITY INTERNATIONAL USA (MIUSA)

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This resource centre offers practitioners and policy makers straightforward and effective tools for inclusion that can be readily integrated into their existing frameworks. Inclusive development information is organised into the following areas: topic and/or sector, specific MIUSA resources, international development agency disability policies and resources in other languages. A link is also provided for users to add resources

Talking convention (UNCRPD)

CBR NETWORK (SOUTH ASIA)

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This resource contains an audio version of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). The recording provides a general overview of the convention, the specific articles of the CRPD and the steps for implementation

Good practice database

MAKING IT WORK

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This database contains individual good practice case studies that were collected using the Making it Work methodology. Making it Work is based on documenting examples of good practices and analyzing these practices to understand how they can be replicated or scaled up. The good practice case studies highlight what practice was achieved and how changes were achieved. Users can search for case studies by CRPD article, region, country, language, keyword or general search option

Accessible digital office document (ADOD) project

TREVIRANUS, Jutta
RUPLALL, Sabrina
RICHARDS, Jan

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This project website provides information to create accessible office documents and choose accessible office applications for organisations. The guidance is based primarily on WCAG 2.0 and ATAG 1.0. Governments, public sector organizations, and service organizations will find this resource useful for creating accessible office documents

Evaluation and research database (ERD)

UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUND (UNICEF)

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"UNICEF is committed to the dissemination of lessons learned. This database contains abstracts and full text reports of evaluations, studies and surveys related to UNICEF programes that are in compliance with UNICEF Evaluation Report Standards. Reports from 2000 onwards are available in this database and can be sorted by country, by region, by theme or by date"

Education for children with disabilities : improving access and quality

MATTINGLY, Jacqui
MCINERNEY, Laura

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"This Guidance Note provides information on how to improve educational access and quality for children with disabilities. It gives an overview of the global context, provides best practice case studies and clearly signposts practical tools and resources"
Guidance note : a DFID practice paper

Moving forward toolkit : a guide for practitioners in the field of sport for youth in emergencies

CARE
Mercy Corps
Schwery Consulting

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This toolkit aims to help young people to recover from the traumatic effects of emergencies by providing practical tools that support sport and play programming to promote healthy physical, social, emotional and cognitive development. It offers recommendations and guidelines for planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating sport and play programs in post-emergency settings
Note: a zip folder is provided for the toolkit templates

Stop disasters : a disaster simulation game from the UN/ISDR

UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR DISASTER RISKS REDUCATION (UNISDR)
PLAYERTHREE

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This online video game engages children aged 9 to 16 to teach them how to protect urban areas and villages against natural hazards through disaster risk planning and management. It sensitises children on basic notions of disaster risk reduction in a fun and entertaining manner. Its main objective is to raise awareness about the issue and does not pretend to educate children on all the aspects of disaster risk reduction issues
The online game includes five natural hazard scenarios (flooding, tsunami, wildfire, hurricane and earthquake) set in five different geographic environments with three different levels of difficulty that require critical decision-making and strategic planning. In each scenario, the player has a specific mission to fulfill within a budget and limit time. Then a natural hazard strikes after which the player assesses damage and receives his/her score. The player who has protected the most people and their livelihoods (property and resources) wins the game

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