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Humanitarian Hands-on Tool (HHoT)

Christoffel Blindenmission CBM, (2018)

A smartphone app, the Humanitarian Hands-on Tool (HHoT), provides step-by-step practical guidance on how to implement a disability inclusive emergency response. Developed and launched by CBM in 2017, the HHoT is free, easy to use, fully accessible and is the first application of its kind. HHoT provides step-by-step guidance on how to adapt and improve emergency response by simple one-page guidance on how-to make humanitarian action inclusive and accessible to all people with disabilities. For the first time ever, the Tool also integrates Mental Health and Psychosocial Support throughout in a smartphone app targeted towards humanitarian aid.

Disability Prevention and Rehabiliation in Primary Health Care

World Health Organization WHO, (1995)

A guide for district health and rehabilitation managers. This guide contains recommendations for strengthening disability prevention and rehabilitation within primary health care services. It is addressed to rehabilitation and general health care personnel within district health services, in particular to the managers of those services

L'alimentation en eau et les installations sanitaires pour les personnes handicapees et autres groupes vulnerables

Jones, H., B. Reed, Eds.: WEDC, (2005)

La conception des services permettant d'ameliorer l'accessibilite. les fichiers pdf sont disponibles par chapitre ou pour la version complète.

Water and sanitation for disabled people and other vulnerable groups: Designing services to improve accessibility

Jones, H., B. Reed, Eds.: WEDC, (2005)

Pdf files are available by chapter or for the complete version; in English and French Based on three years of international research and collaboration with water and sanitation and disability sector organisations, this book fills a significant gap in knowledge, and should be of interest to the following audiences: Water and sanitation sector planners, to enable them to consider the needs of disabled people in low-income communities in the development of strategies and general programme design; Water and sanitation service providers, to enable them to implement ordinary programmes and services in ways that include disabled people; Organisations providing disability services, to enable them to address the issue of access to water and sanitation in their work; and Disabled people's organisations, providing information and ideas to use in advocacy for access and rights, and to engage in the consultation process.

Facilitating inclusion in disaster preparedness: A practical guide for CBOs

International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, Give2Asia, (2018)

In disaster preparedness, the participation of women, children, older people, persons with disabilities (PWDs), and other minority groups and sectors is important because they are the most vulnerable against disasters. Inclusive disaster preparedness provides technical and logical frameworks that assimilate the most vulnerable sectors in a community and enhances their capacity against future disasters.

Disability Inclusive Education in Africa Webinar Series: Policy, Data, and Evidence to Support IE in Africa

World Bank, (2018)

Under the newly established Africa Trust Fund on Disability, World Bank-UNICEF and USAID are jointly organizing a series of 3 webinars on the topic of disability-inclusive education. The series explores essential components of the enabling environment and service delivery that can support efforts to create inclusive education systems for all, including students with disabilities, and help reach the Sustainable Development Goal of equitable quality education for all by 2030. World Bank will be hosting the first webinar. The rest of the webinars will be hosted subsequently by other institutions. This webinar seeks to: 1) Increase knowledge regarding the policy development process and regional policy diagnostics 2) Strengthen understanding around disability data collection, instruments of collection, dis-aggregation and how that fits into the broader context of education data.

Towards inclusion: A guide for organisations and practitioners

van Ek, Vera; Schot, Sander, (2018)

The publication aims to establish the rationale for inclusion and provides technical advice and tools for putting theory into practice. It is intended to be used as a reference during organizational and program/project development with a focus on gender responsiveness and disability inclusion as well as a tool to support good practice in implementation.
This first part guides the reader through the process of assessing whether or not the organization is ready to change towards becoming a more inclusive organization. The second part introduces the ACAP framework, which sets up a way of approaching inclusion via focus on the areas: Access, Communication, Attitude and Participation. It then demonstrates how the framework can be applied to projects and programmes. The third part provides guidelines for the people who will guide organizations through the process of change towards becoming inclusive of persons from marginalized groups.

Digital Accessibility Toolkit

Christoffel Blinden Mission (CBM), (2018)

CBM’s approach is based on the principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and on CBM’s responsibility to promote accessibility and the principles of universal design in all spheres of its work, including CBM’s digital content and communications. With this toolkit, we want to provide a guide and practice resource to people working with and for CBM so that together we produce accessible digital content and communications, and place accessibility at the centre of our Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) procurement processes. The toolkit contains a selection of tools for producing accessible content in electronic documents, videos, figures and tools to ensure web accessibility. It also provides tools and information for accessible ICT procurement including tips and resources on how to communicate CBM’s accessibility requirements for products and services being purchased; and how to evaluate what providers promise and deliver.

Set de herramientas para la accessibilidad digital

Christoffel Blinden Mission (CBM), (2018)

CBM está comprometida con el principio de que las personas con discapacidad deben poder participar plenamente en la sociedad en igualdad de condiciones. Nuestro planteamiento se basa en los principios de la Convención de Naciones Unidas sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad (CDPD) y en la responsabilidad de CBM de fomentar la accesibilidad y los principios del diseño universal en todos los ámbitos de su trabajo, incluyendo las comunicaciones y el contenido digital de CBM. La fnalidad de este set de herramientas es compartir una selección de herramientas y recomendaciones correspondientes a la accesibilidad de las Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicación (TIC). Basándose en estándares internacionales y en el análisis de las tecnologías disponibles, estas herramientas y recomendaciones tienen como objetivo contribuir a la inclusión social y económica de las personas con discapacidad garantizando que la información sea equitativamente accesible.

Cómo reconocer las deficiencias en el momento del nacimiento - Manual para trabajadores de campo, formadores y coordinadores de programas

ch, Eds.: Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM), (2014)

Parte del juego de herramientas para la Prevención; “Cómo reconocer las deficiencias de nacimiento”

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