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A World Where We Matter

National Coordination Committee, Jan Swasthya Sabha, (2000)

Towards the Peoples Health Assembly Book - 4

Confronting Commercialization of Health Care!

National Coordination Committee, Jan Swasthya Sabha, (2000)

Towards the Peoples Health Assembly Book - 5

Guide to Health Care Waste Management for the Community Health Worker

Iqbal Hossain, Solomon Tassew Seboka, Aaron Hawkins et al., Eds.: USAID Deliver Project, Task Order , (2011)

loveLife, South Africa and German Development Cooperation, (2015) It’s an innovative, digital cellphone-based program that promotes youth development and addresses the HIV/ AIDS pandemic by using incentives to change behavior

A Book for Midwives

Susan Klein, Suellen Miller, and Fiona Thomson, Eds.: Hesperian Health Guides, (2013)

A vital resource for practicing midwives and midwifery training programs around the world, this book covers the essentials of care before, during, and after birth. Updated to reflect new WHO/UNICEF guidelines for mothers and newborns. - See more at:

Searching for Lasting Peace

Patrick Vinck ,Phuong Pham, Eds.: UNPD, (2014)

Population-Based Survey on Perceptions and Attitudes about Peace, Security and Justice in Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo

Compendium of accessible WASH technologies

Hazel Jones and Jane Wilbur, Eds.: Water Aid, (2014)

The compendium is designed for use by staff working directly with communities - e.g. health workers and community volunteers working with disabled and older people and their families in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa. A few examples of technologies are presented that families can adapt to suit their needs and budgets. Many more options are possible. Most of the ideas are suitable for disabled and older people, but are not only for them. As we get older, many of us find it increasingly difficult to squat and balance, or we might be injured or sick. These technologies might also make facilities easier and more comfortable to use by everyone in the family. The ideas are designed to be suitable for household facilities, not for institutional facilities - e.g. schools and clinics - although some ideas might also be useful in these settings

The Primary Care Innovator’s Handbook

The Center for Health Market Innovations., (2015)

Voices from Leaders in the Field

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