Sophie Levitt, Healthlink Worldwide (formerly AHRTAG)
This illustrated manual can help disabled and non-disabled children learn how to move through
playing with other older or younger children.
(68 . 21 x 28 cm. $5).
The adapted Arabic edition of Training for Transformation, a manual for community workers, in three volumes.
(516 p. 29x20 cm. $25).
The two studies aim to upgrade the impact and effectiveness of health programs that address youth, by defining indicators which are based on field data and research, in order to provide enhanced services to the beneficiaries.
They also aim to help programs in the field of youth and healthy living to adopt standards based on objective data, have the needed impact and meet the actual needs of targeted beneficiaries, i.e. youth and their communities.
(191 p.; 5$)
A brief guide on establishing a program for youth, in which youth take the initiative to suggest the program content, lay its foundations and enforce it. The guide is followed by 6 interrelated steps classified in a logical sequence. Each step is presented in a chapter, and each chapter covers concepts, action methods and executive tools:
1- Exploring the situation and needs
2- Collecting information and necessary data
3- Building the project: objectives and plan setting
4- Setting the executive plan and its tools
The kit has been Arabised. The six sections include fact sheets, support materials and exercises. They cover the background, content and implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. For more information, please contact ARC.
(402 p. 21x29.5 cm . $30).
The toolkit aims to provide organizations, especially in developing countries, with a set of tools and techniques that enable them to develop policies and procedures to be adopted and followed in order to protect the child. The development of this toolkit is in response to growing concern by international and local organizations in many countries about the levels of child abuse occurring within both international and local organizations.
Through direct participation, children are encouraged to raise their self-esteem, gain social and problem-solving skills, and develop a sense of control over what happens in their lives. The case studies from Yemen, Nepal and Palestine show children’s potential for building up life and health against all odds, in a variety of situations and cultural settings. They bear witness to a strong commitment by the projects to make the UN Convention on the Right’s of the Child a reality in their work. Compiled by a group of researchers.
(60 p. 21x29cm. $5)