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  1. 2012-01-01 This report provides the summary findings of the CAPTURED End Evaluation. In addition, three country evaluation reports have been produced, based on the work of the CAPTURED partners in Bolivia, Ghana and India. As noted in the ToR document, the purpose of this evaluation of the Program for...
  2. 2003-01-01 This Package provides information for the use of orientation at both the facility and the community levels. It is meant to enhance the dialogue between the Health Workers and the Community in the area of Reproductive Health Services.
  3. 2003-01-01 This Package provides information for the use of orientation at both the facility and the community levels. It is meant to enhance the dialogue between the Health Workers and the Community in the area of Reproductive Health Services.
  4. 1995-01-01 This volume is a companion to the Basic Concepts of International Health Module. The articles included have been selected to provide background information on training sessions. Readings have been matched to specific sesssions but may be suitable for more than one session.
  5. 1995-01-01 The Basic Concepts of International Health training module was developed by the Canadian University Consortium for Health in Development and field tested in a ten day workshop. The module is for people working in health and health related areas in the developing world. A separate book of readings...
  6. This2012 updated reprintofHelping Health Workers Learnensures that the book continues to be an accurate companion toWhere There Is No Doctor, with updated references, new contact information for recommended organizations and materials, and changes to some of the appropriate technologies. All...
  7. 2020-01-27 ECHO’s 26th Annual International Agriculture Conference was held in November 2019. Below are brief summaries of a few of the plenary sessions and workshops. These and other talks, video, and slide presentations are available on ECHOcommunity.org.
  8. Village Medical Manual is a two-volume guide to health care in developing countries where expert medical care can be hard to find. Its intended use is by those who are required, by location and circumstances, to render medical care for which they are not professionally trained. Reader-friendly...
  9. This book is a concise and well-indexed-a convenient resource you can carry with you in your pocket for quick reference. With limited and varied therapeutic choices, it lists a good range of treament options, emphasizing the drugs recommended on the World Health Organization-approved drug list.
  10. This guide is intended for adaptation to conditions in different countries or communities in order to suit the needs of its users, rather than for general adoption without modification. In order to advance primary health care, all parts of it may be freely adapted, translated, or used in any form...