The specific needs and human rights concerns of internally displaced persons (IDPs) do not automatically disappear when a conflict or natural disaster ends. Nor do they fade away when people initially find safety from ongoing conflict or disaster. Rather, the displaced—whether they return to their homes, settle elsewhere in the country or try to integrate… Read more
This framework is aimed at DFID staff. It is intended to consolidate and explain the changes that are happening within DFID to strengthen disability inclusion in their policies and programmes, and outline the actions they are taking over the next 12 months.
Since the Monterrey Conference of 2002, the development community – partner countries and donors alike – has been focusing on managing its work so as to achieve the maximum development results. This is not to say that development efforts never achieved results before 2002, but what is new is a shared understanding of the need… Read more
The primary aim of this Framework for Action is to clarify and strengthen WHO’s role in health systems in a changing world. The building blocks that make up a health system are defined. They are: service delivery; health workforce; information; medical products, vaccines and technologies; financing; and leadership and governance (stewardship). The framework identifies strategies… Read more