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  1. Cadre Stratégique National de Lutte contre les IST/VIH/SIDA 2003-2007, République Islamique de Mauritanie

    Cadre Stratégique National de Lutte contre les IST/VIH/SIDA 2003-2007, République Islamique de Mauritanie

  2. Migrations forcées et urbanisation : le cas de Khartoum

    In the beginning of the 1980's, drought in the Western Sudan and Civil war in the South precipitated massive migrations towards the capital city and have been instrumental in producing a kind of forced urbanization. The internally displaced people were not welcome by the Government in Khartoum. They were placed on a provisional basis in camps at the periphery of the city. Marginalized and excluded from power, they had to overcome many obstacles before they could settle in Khartoum. The following working paper attempts to draw their social and economical constraints with a demographic perspective.

  3. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Teacher's guide

    A prototype action-oriented school health education project has produced a prototype curriculum with a teacher's guide, a teacher's resource book, and a set of national guidelines for the implementation of school health. This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. …

  4. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Unit 18-22

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This volume contains general information on some diseases and covers: Unit 18: diarrhoea; Unit 19: skin infection and infected wounds; Unit 20: worms and parasites; Unit 21: common respiratory infections; and Unit 22: other infections and illnesses such as HIV/AIDS.

  5. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Units 1-5

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This resource book contains Units 1-5: Unit 1. responsibility and health; Unit 2. human body; Unit 3. hygiene; Unit 4. oral health; and Unit 5. care of eyes, ears, nose, skin, hair and feet.

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