By Maysoon Melek...et al. .
Read Online or Download Culture matters : working with communities and faith-based organizations: case studies from country programmes. PDF
Similar education books
During this “lively, provocative and well-researched book" (Theodore Sizer), Alfie Kohn builds a robust argument opposed to the “back to basics" philosophy of educating and simplistic calls for to “raise the bar. " Drawing on tales from actual study rooms and huge learn, Kohn indicates mom and dad, educators, and others drawn to the controversy how faculties may also help scholars discover rules instead of filling them with forgettable proof and getting ready them for standardized exams.
This study explores the query to whether the best way chinese language administration handles clash is essentially assorted from somewhere else or a lot an identical. It does so by way of interpreting intimately a global three way partnership development venture, the place managers rooted in contrasting enterprise structures have been introduced jointly, and by way of exhibiting how the undertaking improved over the years, how quite a few clash occasions arose, and the way they have been dealt with.
This quantity bargains with the elemental human rights of extraterrestrial beings from the viewpoint of overseas and comparative legislation. It examines the ideas concerning remedy of extraterrestrial beings and the level to which those principles were followed within the family laws of greater than forty varied states. It goals to accomplish simple targets: 1) to outline the prestige of extraterrestrial beings below foreign legislations, that's, which rights are granted to each individual by way of foreign tools; and a pair of) to set up no matter if this algorithm has been followed via the household laws of the states below overview.
- Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Halfniensis: Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies : Copenhagen, 12-17 August 1991
- International Schools: Growth and Influence: Fundamentals of Educational Planning
- Coping with Occupational Transitions: An Empirical Study with Employees Facing Job Loss in Five European Countries (Psychology of Social Inequality)
- Gesellschaftssteuerung und gesellschaftliche Selbststeuerung (Hagener Studientexte zur Soziologie)
- Canadian Securities Exam Fast-Track Study Guide (3rd revised & updated ed)
- Invasive Cardiology: A Manual for Cath Lab Personnel, Third Edition (Learning Cardiology)
Extra resources for Culture matters : working with communities and faith-based organizations: case studies from country programmes.
Addressing issues that both UNFPA and its faith-based partner consider important establishes the ground for trust and helps to create synergies that expand project achievements. Concern on the part of the Diocese and UNFPA about the dangers of early marriage created a common understanding that led to agreements in other areas, including gender-related issues and youth sexuality. • Targeting a specific gender-related issue often leads to action in other areas. In targeting early marriage, the Diocese started a programme emphasizing the importance of girls’ education, especially among grass-roots Lydia Byaruhanga is 34-year-old Roman Catholic who is married with four children.
Within the framework of this initiative, a baseline study was conducted to assess the current socioeconomic and demographic situation of the target group. An impact evaluation of the intervention is planned for 2004. A Culturally Sensitive Approach • Identify issues that are considered culturally sensitive in terms of reproductive health, gender issues and sexual education in the specific context and environment where programmes are to be implemented. Interviews with the local directors of the Literacy Movement Organization revealed a similarity in their definitions of culturally sensitive issues, defining them as issues that people are reluctant to discuss in public, issues that cause people a sense of shame, and issues that wives prefer to talk about only with their mothers and sisters, not with their husbands.
Efforts to prevent the transmission of HIV and to reduce the impact of the epidemic are being expanded, especially in rural areas. These efforts include voluntary testing and counselling for HIV and the prevention of mother-to-child transmission. Work is ongoing to develop a comprehensive HIV/AIDS policy, monitoring and evaluation framework and a condomdistribution strategy. A proposal for accessing financing through the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is also in preparation.