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Workplace Pandemic Preparedness. Facilitator Training Manual

Ministry of Health Ghana; NADMO Ghana, Eds.: GiZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, (2013)



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WHO Pharmaceutical Situation Assessment – Level II – Health Facilities Services Ghana

Daniel Kojo Arhinful, Eds.: Ministry of Health, Ghana, (2009)


This field study to assess the pharmaceutical situation was undertaken in Ghana in May-June 2008 using a standardized methodology developed by the World Health Organization. The study assessed medicines availability and affordability, geographical accessibility, quality and rational use among other issues. The survey was conducted in six regions. In each region, 6 public health care facilities, 12 private pharmacies and 1 warehouse were surveyed.
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Workplace Pandemic Preparedness. Training Manual

Ministry of Health Ghana; NADMO Ghana, Eds.: GiZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, (2013)


A training manual for identifying, assessing, preventing and controlling the risks of pandemics in the workplace. This training manual has been developed for both medical and non-medical personnel who may be called upon to lead emergency response, (eg epidemic outbreak, etc), ensure effective containment whiles work continues and essential goods and services continue to be supplied. The manual provides insight into some of the local epidemics experienced in Ghana such as Cholera, Cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM) and Influenza(s), the causes, signs and symptoms and preventive measures with a view to increasing knowledge among management, staff and their families as well as immediate communities within which they work.
http://hespa.net/sites/hespa.net/files/giz_2013_wo...


Nepal: Urban Housing Sector Profile

Steekelenburg, E. V. et al., Eds.: UN-Habitat, (2010)


Based on research by a team of Nepalese and international experts, this report carries an analysis of the five key elements in the sector - land, basic services, housing finance, building materials and construction technologies, and labour. It gives an assessment of how these components are governed by policy, institutional and legal frameworks, and how they are linked with one another and other urban policies.
http://www.alnap.org/pool/files/nepal-urban-housin...


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