We have put together a list of easy to read resources, resources translated into different languages and examples of low tech AAC. See our Covid-19 page under Resources.
Please contact us if you have any further resources to share!
Our next study day “Confidently Competent, 6 steps to working well in low and middle income countries” will take place on Saturday February 29th 2020 in Manchester Metropolitan University.
The day is our annual study day and AGM – an opportunity to network with those who have worked or are thinking of working in low & middle income countries. We are basing this year’s study day on the theme of our new competencies framework for working in LMICs.
To book, please follow the link to our eventbrite site.
A number of £20 bursaries are available for students/unwaged as a contribution to registration fee/travel expenses – please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a paragraph to say why you will benefit from a bursary. Applications must be received by Friday 21st February.
Catch up with the latest happenings on the Manchester Metropolitan Univeristy, UNHCR Rwanda and Communicability Global project working with refugees with communication disability by clicking through the Humanitarian Innovation Fund SRHE project page. Here you can find information about how the project was carried out and its findings, as they are released. Watch this space for publications in 2019.
Participants at the November 2018 stakeholder workshop on access to sexual and reproductive health education and sexual and gender-based violence prevention/support services for refugees in Rwanda.
The British Medical Association has made available funding for health information and educational materials for health-focused organisations in developing countries. See then link below for more information and updates on the next call for proposals