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Integrated School Health A Manual For Teachers30695/15/2015 2:59:49 PM5/15/2015 3:28:04 PM737http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/Forms/Chronological1.aspxpdfFalsepdfFrancis Peel2015PCDNTDs;#Micronutrients;#School Health General;#Malaria;#School Feeding;#Inclusive Education;#Child Vision;#Nutrition;#WASH;#
Mainstreaming Inclusive SHN Programmes: PCD Working paper 1:1204/1/2015 2:37:56 PMInclusive School Health and Nutrition Programmes: A roadmap for mainstreaming disability into the FRESH Agenda2/26/2015 4:05:33 PM889http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/Forms/Chronological1.aspxpdfFalsepdfFrancis Peel2015Sergio MeresmanSchool Health General;#Inclusive Education;#Child Vision;#
Presentations from day 3 of the 2014 SHN Asia Training Course293812/18/2014 3:49:39 PMPresentations delivered on day 3 of the 2014 Asia Training Course on trends in disaster management, disability, eye health and SHN services.12/18/2014 3:43:05 PM109http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/Training Course PresentationszipFalsezip小林潤;Mitsuya Kodama;DJC;Jacinta Lippold;Cai Heath;Laura Appleby;Charlotte Broyd2014 Various authors School Health General;#Child Vision;#
PCDs Annual Report 2011-1214528/23/2013 11:25:58 AMPCD's annual report 2011-2012 describes school health and nutrition activities carried out during 2011 to 2012.12/5/2012 5:18:22 PM1040http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/Forms/Chronological1.aspxpdfFalsepdfCharlotte Broyd2012Partnership for Child Development HIV;#NTDs;#Micronutrients;#School Health General;#Malaria;#School Feeding;#M&E;#Inclusive Education;#Child Vision;#Nutrition;#WASH;#
Declaration of the Second Oxford Conference on Vision for Children in the Developing World20808/14/2013 2:47:24 PMDeclaration of the Second Oxford Conference on Vision for Children in the Developing World. St. Catherine's College, Oxford7 - 8 April 2011. Co-sponsored by Partnership for Child Development and Centre for Vision in the Developing World.5/16/2011 11:54:33 AM144http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/DownloadspdfFalsepdfOwen Reading;System Account;Charlotte Broyd2011PCDChild Vision;#
Studies of Self-Refraction in Children: Technical Summary23458/14/2013 3:07:20 PMThis is a summary of three studies of self-refraction with adjustable glasses among school-children aged 12-18 years old with identical protocols in Boston, urban and rural China in 2009-2010.8/11/2011 4:35:41 PM229http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/DownloadspdfFalsepdffpeel;System Account;Charlotte Broyd2011PCDChild Vision;#
The 2nd Oxford Conference on Vision for Children in the Developing World20058/14/2013 2:43:14 PMThis Conference explored the potential for the wider application of self-refraction using adjustable spectacles and the training of adequately trained personnel to support the delivery of effective eye care services to children in the developing world and8/16/2011 3:37:29 PM257http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/DownloadspdfFalsepdfSystem Account;Charlotte Broyd2011PCDChild Vision;#
The Child Self-Refraction Study_Results from Urban Chinese Children in Guangzhou23568/14/2013 3:07:40 PMThis study is conducted to compare visual and refractive outcomes between self-refracting spectacles (Adaptive eye care, Ltd, Oxford, UK), noncycloplegic autorefraction, and cycloplegic subjective refraction.1/11/2011 6:29:24 AM1082http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/DownloadspdfFalsepdfSystem Account;Charlotte Broyd2011Mingguang He, at al. Child Vision;#
Vision and hearing screening in schools- Successes and lessons learned from Mangochi District, Malawi,September 2008 23868/14/2013 3:08:16 PMThis brief lists Successes and lessons learned from Mangochi District, Malawi,September 2008.12/10/2008 4:22:08 PM526http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/DownloadspdfFalsepdfrwarren;System Account;Charlotte Broyd2009Save the Children Inclusive Education;#Child Vision;#
Vision for Children in the Developing World A New Way Forward 23858/14/2013 3:08:15 PMThe conference resolutions pave the way for immediate action to redress the problem of uncorrected vision in children in the developing world. The results of the study will inform the development of plans to operationalize scaled delivery of eyeglasses in5/22/2008 11:35:13 AM81http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/DownloadspdfFalsepdfSystem Account;Charlotte Broyd2008PCDSchool Health General;#Child Vision;#
Vision 2020- The right to Sight: Global Initiative for the elimination of avoidable blindness, Action plan 2006-201114111/1/2013 9:50:11 AMThis document gives eye health-care providers, policy-makers and VISION 2020 partners an action plan for the activities planned for 2006–2011, although many of the suggestions will be valid well beyond that period.12/18/2007 9:26:58 AM324http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/Forms/Chronological1.aspxpdfFalsepdfStephane;Charlotte Broyd2007World Health Orgnisation Child Vision;#
The Nepal National Vitamin A Program: prototype to emulate or donor enclave?19219/4/2013 4:07:42 PMThis paper presents an analysis of the costs of the Nepal National Vitamin A Program (NVAP). Due to its high coverage rates and its presumed low cost, the NVAP is regarded by many international health experts as a model programme. However, there does not 8/21/2013 2:27:26 AM1168http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Shared Documents/BibliographypdfFalsepdfMac 3;shn\sp_setup;Charlotte Broyd2000Fielder, J.LMore than 250 million of the world's children suffer from vitamin A deficiency. Nepal is one of 60 countries in which this deficiency constitutes a significant public health problem. Each year in Nepal, vitamin A deficiency is responsible for the deaths oMicronutrients;#Child Vision;#Nutrition;#