This handbook provides NGOs, CBOs and groups of people living with HIV/AIDS with a practical resource for responding to issues of access to treatement for HIV/AIDS in developing countries. It is designed to build practical skills using participatory activities, to provide a training resource for NGO support programmes and individuals, and to facilitate ongoing learning. It is suitable for people with varying levels of experience. It contains practical exercises and examples on different aspects of treatment
This Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development report discusses the potential of and need for telecommunications development in rural areas of low-income countries. It outlines the main challenges, and describes sustainable options. The report also reviews low-cost options and summarizes policies that would support the more rapid diffusion especially telecommunications reform
"This study is about secondary schools that have changed the ways in which supports and services are provided to all students, including those with disabilities. The schools and countries were selected to represent a diverse view of inclusive practices in secondary schools in countries from different regions of the world. The study provides examples of how schools have begun to implement change towards providing inclusive environments. Each case study provides issues to consider in the relationship between inclusive practices and the structuring of secondary school education"
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion