RESOURCES

ORGANISATIONS

Some of the following websites do not offer much technical information on health topics, but provide contact details for the organisations’ offices in Afghanistan. When researching a programme, it’s usually better to talk to people than rely on information from websites alone.

Ministry of Public Health: www.moph.gov.af/en

Ministry of Public Health Facebook page: www.facebook.com/official.moph

Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation & Development: www.mrrd.gov.af/en  

UNICEF Facebook page: www.facebook.com/afghanistanunicef

Care of Afghan Families: www.caf.org.af


The following websites are in English only:

Global Polio Eradication Initiative – current status of polio in Afghanistan: www.polioeradication.org/where-we-work/afghanistan

UNICEF: www.unicef.org/afghanistan

WHO: www.emro.who.int/countries/afg/index.html

WHO Facebook page: www.facebook.com/WHOAfghanistan

Afghan Midwives Association (AMA): www.afghanmidwives.org

Afghan Red Crescent Society: www.redcrescent.af

Save the Children: https://afghanistan.savethechildren.net

GHAMAI

Ghamai Facebook page: www.facebook.com/GhamaiCH/

TRAINING & BACKGROUND INFORMATION

The following resources are in English only:

The Pulse – a course on health communication by BBC Media Action: https://www.bbcmediaactionilearn.com/course/view.php?id=138

Diversity and Inclusion – a course on making diverse programmes by BBC Media Action: https://www.bbcmediaactionilearn.com/mod/scorm/view.php?id=788

BBC Media Action: How a BBC radio programme has driven child vaccination uptake in Somalia: http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/mediaaction/pdf/research-summaries/drops-for-life-august-2016.pdf

UNICEF: Facts for Life – essential information on raising healthy children: www.unicef.org/publications/index_53254.html

 

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