“These infographics explore the ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals and the stretch needed to achieve them by 2030”
The factsheets were developed by Handicap International (HI) as a tool to provide concise information on what victim assistance (VA) is and on how to translate it into concrete actions that have the potential to improve the quality of life of mine/ERW victims and persons with disabilities. The factsheets target States Parties affected by mine/ERW, States Parties in a position to provide assistance, as well as organizations of survivors and other PwD, and other civil society - and international organizations.
This package consists of 12 factsheets. Six focus on a specific sector or public policy area that VA is an integral part of and the remaining six are dedicated to cross-cutting issues. With a view to promote synergies between different frameworks, each factsheet makes clear links with development sectors and issues.
The 12 topics include: Medical care, Rehabilitation, Psychological & psycho-social support, Education, Social inclusion, Economic inclusion, Gender, Empowerment, Accessibility & Access to services, Data collection, National Action Plans, Coordination, and International Cooperation and assistance
This factsheet presents information about HIV and AIDS and ten related goals for 2015
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This booklet aims to contribute to improved understanding of partnerships, including what they can achieve as well as challenges to effective partnerships. It focuses on partnerships in HIV & AIDS and education and draws on a range of global, regional and national experience to: * Provide a brief overview of the role of partnerships and why they are important. * Discuss the different types of partnerships that have been established. * Highlight ways that partnerships can contribute to UNESCO's Education For All programme and universal access to prevention programmes, treatment, care and support. * Summarise lessons learned about partnerships
This paper analyses how embezzlement of donor funds might occur in a donor-funded project and what could be done to minimize the risk
The purpose of this document is to provide easy-to-read detailed information on specific questions related to the Code. It is intended for policy-makers and others concerned with the Code, as well as the general public
"Across different country contexts, corruption has been a cause and consequence of poverty. Yet donors and governments still treat poverty and corruption as separate - rather than integral - components of the same strategy, which has undermined the fight against both these obstacles to development"
This paper looks at the role of donors in curtailing corrupt behaviour in the private sector, such as commercial bribery - particularly in developing and emerging countries where the sector is growing in importance
This Brief discusses how corruption might threaten the benefits of competition in a market. Corruption can result in too much market power for some firms and thus increase prices and negatively influence the supply of goods and services in the private sector. While improved competition is important to cut prices, to improve the business climate, and to reduce the impacts of corruption, better regulation of markets is also an achievable objective in many countries, and an area where aid agencies can exert influence
Fostering disclosure of political finance information regarding public as well as private funds is key to address money's undue influence over democratic processes. However, aid donors are still reluctant to engage in what they see as a country's ‘internal politics'. This case-based brief, based on the experience of the Crinis Project, discusses the issue of transparency in political finance as an attempt to curb money's disruptive role in politics
This edition highlights recent research studies that explore the impact of HIV/AIDS on the elderly in developing countries. It considers various issues including; caring for families, the economic impact, the health consequences, attitudes, and support for the elderly
This resource focuses on the need to build inclusive citizenship and democracies and the importance of accountability for democracy, citizenship and rights . Many citizens are disillusioned with government and democracy. Corruption, state failures to respond to poor people’s needs and a lack of connection between citizens and elected representatives and bureaucrats are major concerns. At the same time, citizens are challenging corporations and global institutions to be more responsible
This factsheet addresses frequently asked questions related to the field of disability and development, sexual and reproductive health (SRH), and HIV andAIDS. It includes excerpts of international instruments on the sexual and reproductive health of persons with disabilities This document woudl be useful for people looking for brief and basic information on SRH and disability
These fact sheets aim to provide policy makers with concise information about gender related aspects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. They deal with core facts and issues in thematic areas and are underpinned by an analysis which clarifies how gender issues are fuelling the crisis. Each theme presents a self-contained set of issues and recommendations and many of the themes are interlinked. All of them are connected by a concern to promote a gender-enlightened and comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS and its impacts
This leaflet looks at the impact on the health sector of global trade and the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). It lists the articles of the agreement that have the greatest relevance to essential medicines and to the pharmaceutical industry
This guide is designed to give a basic overview of the DOTS strategy, including the people who are involved and the resources that are needed to set up a successful programme
[From introduction:] This pocketbook provides a checklist of questions to provide guidance for incorporating HIV/AIDS considerations into food security and livelihoods projects [...] It is intended to be used by people involved in project management and techical support
This document was adopted during the world summit for children in September 1990. Led by 71 heads of state and government and 88 other senior officials, mostly at the ministerial level, the world summit adopted a declaration on the survival, protection and development of children and a plan of action for implementing the declaration in the 1990s. These documents contain outlined specific promises to promote the "optimal growth and development in childhood through measures to eradicate hunger, malnutrition and famine" and the plans to achieve this goal
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