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- DocumentHealth Systems Global, 2016The HPSR database has been developed as a result of a study undertaken by the Teaching and Learning Health Policy and Systems Research Thematic Working Group. Commissioned by the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, the study did a global mapping of current teaching and training programmes focused on HPSR relevant to low- and middle-income countries.DocumentLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 2013Chronic undernutrition affects nearly 200 million children in low and middle income countries, with vitamin and mineral deficiencies affecting many more, and there is strong evidence that undernutrition is associated with up to 35% of all child deaths globally.Document
Facilitator’s manual on planning for gender sensitive multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS initiativesNational AIDS Council, Zambia, 2005This manual is a learning instrument and a reference tool for beginners. It is a step-by step handbook to guide the development of local HIV/AIDS action plans. It also details how to build the capacity of trainers in order for them to systematically integrate and mainstream HIV/AIDS into all developmental programmes.DocumentTanzania Commission for AIDS, 2007Tanzania is one of the countries hardest hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The Tanzania Commission for AIDS was established as part of the government response to the HIV epidemic.This manual is part of the Tanzania Commission for AIDS strategic plan to coordinate and strengthen the efforts of stakeholders involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS.Document
Rethinking differences and rights in sexual and reproductive health: a training manual for health care providersFamily Health International, 2002The target audience for this guide is the men and women working in sexual and reproductive health who are interested in promoting training or reflections designed to improve gender and culturally sensitive care among their provider teams.