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Exercices pour les Amputés des membres Inférieurs

GTZ and International Committee of the Red Cross, Eds.: ICRC, (2008)

Entraînement à la marche. Un excellent exercice pour les personnes amputées des membres inférieurs

Engaging Men in HIV and AIDS at the Service Delivery Level: A Manual for Service Providers

EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project, (2008)

Designed for trainers of health workers, this manual offers skills-building sessions on developing more “male-friendly” health services. Utilizing participatory and experiential activities, the manual examines attitudinal and structural barriers that inhibit men from seeking HIV and AIDS services (both from the client and the provider perspectives), as well as strategies for overcoming such barriers. The manual is designed for all workers in a health care system—frontline staff, clinicians, and administrative, operational, and outreach workers.

Eliminación de las desigualdades en salud cada mujer y cada infante cuentan

Federación Internacional de Sociedades de la Cruz Roja y Media Luna Roja, (2011)

1. Salvar vidas, proteger los medios de sustento y apoyar la recuperación de desastres y crisis 2. Posibilitar una vida sana y segura 3. Promover la inclusión social y una cultura de no violencia y la paz

Global Health Watch Index 2015: insight report

Jane Scobie, Sophie Amos, Sylvia Beales et al., Eds.: Global Age Watch, (2014)


World Health Organization, (2004)

Review of disability issues and rehabilitation services in 29 african countries.

Control of Epidemic Meningococcal Disease

World Health Organization, (1998)

WHO practical guidelines. 2nd edition

Compendium of Gender Equality and HIV Indicators

Shelah S. Bloom and Svetlana Negroustoueva, Eds.: MEASURE Evaluation, (2013)

The intended purpose of this compendium is to provide program managers, organizations, and policy makers with a menu of indicators to better “know their HIV epidemic/know their response” from a gender perspective. The indicators in the compendium are all either part of existing indicators used in studies or by countries or have been adapted from existing indicators to address the intersection of gender and HIV. The indicators can be measured through existing data collection and information systems (e.g. routine program monitoring, surveys) in most country contexts, though some may require special studies or research.

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