The Making It Work International Coordination Team’s new website including an online searchable database with over 100 good practice case studies on disability inclusion

The Making It Work International Coordination Team is pleased to announce the launch of our new website including an online searchable database with over 100 good practice case studies on disability inclusion and newly revised tools on how to use the Making it Work methodology.

General information about Making It Work;

Specific information about completed projects from all around the world that have used the Making It Work methodology;

A revised set of tools and guidance on how to use the Making it Work methodology;

A good practice database where you can search and download case studies from the projects.

The good practice database has over 100 case studies

on disability inclusion from various countries around the world that can be sorted by keyword, article, country, region or language.

 

 FIFTH SESSION OF THE CONFERENCE OF STATES PARTES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITES, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 2012

 The Making it Work International Coordination team attended the fifth session of the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) held at the United Nations in New York.  During the conference, Handicap International facilitated a side-event on Making it Work (MIW) with DPO partners from Morocco and Inclusion International and launched the online good practice database and newly revised tools.

To read more about the side-event, click here.

New!  HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL GOOD PRACTICES ON INCLUSIVE WATER AND SANITATION IN WATER AID REPORT!

As part of the DECISIPH project, two good practice case studies in West Africa were included in WaterAid’s report on inclusive water, sanitation and hygiene.
Read more about it here: http://www.inclusivewash.org.au/case-studies.htm

For any questions regarding Making it Work, to discuss a project idea or to request support, please email: info@makingitwork-crpd.org.

 

Savings brains means Savings lives means Development of countries. Is that true?

Global health experts say global health and development can be attained not only by preventing child immortality but also by making sure their lives improve in their first 1000 days. Lets take a look into what global health and developments agencies do in accordance with this in various countries.

 

 

For news on this, check the below link

http://www.trust.org/alertnet/news/global-health-group-seeks-to-save-brains-as-well-as-lives/

Now every child can live past 5!

Pneumonia and Diarrhea are still a major cause of child mortality in many poor countries. Lets take a look into What UN does to control malnutrition and vaccine preventable diseases to make sure every child lives upto 5 years.

For news on this, check the below link

http://edition.cnn.com/2012/06/14/opinion/calvin-un-child-survival/index.html

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Grameen Bank Founder Muhammad Yunus on ‘More Health for the Money’

Muhammad Yunus, nobel laureate and Grameen Bank founder,  says it is time for taking measures to scale up innovative financing for development.

 

For News on this, click the Link below:
www.devex.com/en/blogs/busannovate-making-the-money-go-further/more-health-for-the-money

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