Assessing the Role of Non-governmental Organization in Community Development in Hidhabu Abote District the Case of World Vision Ethiopia
Non-governmental organizations /NGOs/ as LED actors contribute in promotion of education in developing countries. The collaboration and networking in Promoting education between NGOs, the government organs and other actors are not often assessed scientifically. The objective of this study is to assessing the Role of NGOs in Education sector in Hidhabu Abote District the Case of World Vision Ethiopia. To finalize it, the research method employed was descriptive study. Survey questionnaire was used to gather the relevant quantitative data. The qualitative data were gathered through semi-structure interviews, focus group discussion and personal observations. The collected data were descriptively analyzed. WVE, is contributing in education programs, child sponsorship and in the areas of WASH and livelihoods. It also involves in environment protection strategies but not with good results. The study concludes with the recommendation that substantive networking and collaboration is needed between the NGOs and local/Woreda government at one hand and awareness creation of education for the community on the other hand.
To investigate the national literature the main points addressed in the studies of the past 4 years on leprosy in primary care
From 600 a.C. I had leprosy reports what is now called Hansen's disease, infectious disease, considered a public health problem caused by Mycobacterium leprae, which reaches the cells of Schwann. Primary care is considered a form of reorientation of health care and consequently an important resource in reducing cases of leprosy. To investigate the national literature the main points addressed in the studies of the past 4 years on leprosy in primary care. Was selected as the method integrative literature review. He had the main question: what has been discussed in Brazilian literature about the disease in primary care in the last 4 years? To obtain the sample were crossed descriptors: leprosy, knowledge and primary care, with the Boolean AND operator. After the reading of selected articles was identified two categories: "epidemiological characteristics and factors contributing to the prevalence of leprosy" and "stigma caused by leprosy and possible solutions to eliminate it." It is necessary that health professionals to return attention to this disease, because the performance of the same in health promotion, prevention and treatment of disease, is an important factor in reducing the incidence rate.
An integrated health action with recyclable material collectors in the city of Itapissuma, Pernambuco
Social vulnerability is common to marginalized working classes and specific social groups, such as waste pickers. Plan a comprehensive care to vulnerable populations requires efforts to break the fragmentation of practices and ensuring access of all citizens to health services. This study reports the experience of nursing students in an integrated health action with recyclable material collectors in the city of Itapissuma, Pernambuco. This is an experience report of an integrated health action performed by 06 nursing students in Itapissuma-PE. They examined 24 people, of which one case was diagnosed. health education activities were performed on leprosy, immunization and vector diseases. It was made rapid test anti-HIV immunization against influenza, diphtheria and tetanus, and prophylaxis geohelmintíases. For a comprehensive care and equal the most vulnerable groups should seek to know and minimize the social factors that determine your illness.
Develop tele-education actions in the field of human communication health with an emphasis on implications stemming from the Zika virus and microcephaly for professionals of the Family Health Strategy and students at the Federal University of Pernambuco
The development of strategies to manage the Zika virus epidemic constitutes a challenge for the scientific community. Develop tele-education actions in the field of human communication health with an emphasis on implications stemming from the Zika virus and microcephaly for professionals of the Family Health Strategy and students at the Federal University of Pernambuco. The experience of a set of three web conference seminars is described. The lectures addressed the epidemiology of the Zika virus and microcephaly, speech/hearing therapy, breastfeeding and feeding children with microcephaly. The mean number of connected points was 1.6 per session, with representatives of metropolitan Recife and the municipality of Lajedo. A total of 13 individuals participated in the action (three students and 10 healthcare professionals). All considered the topics interesting and relevant to the profession and all reported being satisfied with the experience. Web conference seminars can contribute to the creation of a dialog among different actors linked to health promotion actions with the aim of potentiating integral care, especially in response to current and future epidemics.
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