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- DocumentFamily Health International, 1996This handbook is one in a series of practical handbooks designed by AIDSCAP's Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Unit. Its main objective is to help field level planners and implementors use mass media as a part of their overall communication strategy. This handbook will help you:Approach and work with TV, radio and print media staff Write short scripts for radio and TV programs.Document
Guidelines for developing, testing & selecting criteria and Indicators for sustainable forest management: manualCenter for International Forestry Research, 1998Manual provides methods to assist the development and evaluation of criteria and indicators (C&I) which can then be used to assess the sustainability of forest management. The methods presented are aimed at the development of sets of C&I for natural forests at the forest management unit (FMU) level, especially in the tropicsDocument
The Bag (Basic Assessment Guide for Human Well-Being) [in relation to sustainable timber operations]Center for International Forestry Research, 1998Manual on particiaptory assessment of sustainable timber operationsFocuses on certain critical social issues, and assumes that ecological and conventional forestry issues will also be addressed in any assessment of sustainability in a given forest.DocumentUnited Nations [UN] Statistics Division, 1999Provides hands-on guidance for the implementation of integrated environmental and economic accounting at the national level. It also discusses possible uses of the accounting results in planning and policy analysis.DocumentFinnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department for International Development Cooperation / FINNIDA, 1999Gender analysis is used to examine the impacts of development on both women and men, and is used as the basic tool to develop policy and action towards gender equality.Manual can be used both as an individual study guide, or as a basis for discussion in groups.DocumentHealthlink Worldwide [formerly Appropriate Health Resources and Technologies Action Group ], 2000Practical guide covers:planning a resource centremanagement and financespace, furniture and equipmentdeveloping the collection and organising the informationcomputers, electronic communication and databasesinformation servicespromoting the resource centremonitoring and evaluationDocumentInstitute of Health Promotion Research, University of British Columbia, 1999The goals of the model are to explain health-related behaviours and to design and evaluate the interventions designed to influence both the behaviours and the living conditions that influence them and their sequelae.DocumentInternational Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage, 1998Checklist, with accompanying guidelines, aimed at assisting in the preparation of small-scale irrigation projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. The checklist has been developed to facilitate rapid assessment of potential farmer and community managed surface irrigation projects.Document
The group enterprise book: A practical guide for Group Promoters to assist groups in setting up and running successful small enterprisesPeople's Participation, FAO SD Dimensions, 1998Book shows in simple illustrated steps how small enterprises can be developed and run by small groups in rural communities using a participative approach. It is intended for use by Group Promoters (or GPs), extension workers and other rural development staff to help existing groups to set up and run their enterprisesAvailable in English, French or SpanishDocument
A field methodology for participatory self-evaluation ofPeople's Participation Programme (PPP) group and inter-group association performancePeople's Participation, FAO SD Dimensions, 1989Manual for group Promoters to assist PPP groups in creating their own participatory self-evaluation capability. Identifies both problems that some groups are having and successes that various groups are achieving. These problems and successes have been formulated into draft questions that should be discussed and evaluated by PPP groups according to a simple participatory process outlined below.